Last year, streaming music revenues surpassed those of other formats. But we're losing something important in this transition.
Recent Google Play Music Stories
Think of it as the great rebrandening. Or something. But Google is taking yet another stab at creating a true competitor to Spotify.
To date, Google's podcast strategy has amounted to adding podcast support to Google Play Music. That's changing.
I really enjoy the sound quality of Sonos wireless smart speakers, but I don't like the cost or compatibility issues.
Google Play Music has a major downside that I keep bumping into. And now it's completely broken too.
We're currently using multiple music subscription services and speaker systems, and that has to change.
Those looking to switch digital music services now have an option called Stamp that appears to work semi-universally.
Googles announced today that it is bringing family-based sharing functionality to its YouTube TV, Calendar, Keep and Photos services.
As it turns out, Spotify isn't the only music app that can control Sonos connected speaker systems. Google Play Music can as well.
Google Play Music for Android, iOS and the web is getting a major refresh, with a new user experience and new personalization capabilities.
This was one of those long-running open secrets, but now it's finally happening: Google has added podcast support to its Google Play Music service. And, Google being Google, they are of course doing it in their own quirky way.
Google announced this morning that it will now offer a free, ad-supported version of its Google Play Music streaming music service that works like radio.