One feature from iTunes that I mess in Google Play Music is the ability to create a playlist based on the play count of songs. I used to set a playlist that said if a song has zero plays, included it on the list. Then, when I had heard every tune in my library, I advanced it to one play and so on. I did something similar for songs with fewer than 100 listens where it would begin with songs having 99 plays and work down.
In Google Play Music, I go to My Library, Songs, order the list by play count and then start somewhere in the list, but it would be cool to be able to create playlists the other way. I'd also love to be able to pick jazz songs with fewer than 100 plays. Here's hoping that Google Play Music gets some more development.
Oh, and it would just be cool to be able to see the play count on mobile.
Go do it! (It's worth doing, anyway -- even without the bonus!)
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