Does this mini-player really have to count towards our device limit (even though computers aren't supposed to count)? Whenever I switch Chromebooks or channels I have to remember to uninstall it before I go play anything to make sure it doesn't register against me. And I've got the same Chromebook listed three times, and it'll be four once it comes back from the repair facility again (they've sent it back twice now without it being fixed).
+Ara Wagoner I have never had a computer count, or a mini player count, in my device list. The only time a computer has ever shown up is when I was signed into the old Google Music Manager app for Windows.
+Michael Quiroz Correct. I'm Feeling Lucky radio only. You'll need to open Google Music in a tab, then pick a playlist, then close the tab, and you can then control it with the mini player. Frustrating They're getting closer though.
Here is an image: http://imgur.com/DxdlYps In the App Launcher, you can tell a difference with the website having a shortcut arrow, and the mini launcher does not. But if you create taskbar buttons, you are just guessing...
+Hongjoo Lee hehe. i have an active account. i can stream my own music from it just fine. without vpn even. but i cannot access the subscription service. rdio recently launched and i love the ability to pay a small fee every month to get access to millions of songs. which is why waiting for all access to arrive in india :)