Beats this evening announced a hefty update to its streaming app on Android. The update bumps the app to version 1.1 and includes a variety of features and changes that users have been calling for since the initial release. For one, you can now use the app in landscape mode. The “Just For You” interface and recommendations have been made more “refined and fresh” with this update, as well.

The biggest feature, however, is the ability to save offline downloads to an external SD card and move offline downloads between the card and the internal storage of your device. This is huge for devices that have limited internal storage and a microSD card to expand it with.

  • Landscape mode
  • Save offline downloads to an external SD Card
  • Transfer offline downloads between SD card & internal device storage
  • ‘Find It’ is now ‘Browse’ in the left hand navigation bar
  • Just For You recommendations are now even more refined and fresh
  • Improved playback
  • Bug fixes

The update is available on the Play Store now. Last month, when Apple acquired Beats for $3 billion, it said that it had no intentions on killing the Android app, so it looks like it’s safe to use for now.

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