According to sources, Google might be on to a new app. We heard about a few apps and significant app updates at Google I/O and they haven’t stopped there. Source code hints at Google making an app of its own for podcasts.
Early this week, we informed you about the timing of Google’s YouTube Music service and everything we know about it. The update that will be “major,” began its roll out yesterday and updates the current YouTube Music application.
Google did not announce the rumored YouTube Remix service at Google I/O 2018. However, since the event, the search giant has introduced more tech as if it wanted to spread things out over the month of May. In perhaps the biggest announcement by Google since the conference, we learned about YouTube Music and YouTube Premium. Here’s everything we know thus far.
Google’s Play Music service isn’t the most popular in the growing market for music-streaming services. It is one of the few services by Google that has seen decline over recent years, but Google has kept it around for those loyal to the Google Play suite of apps. But this may not be the case for much longer according to trusted sources familiar with Google’s plans for next month.
Google has begun a last-minute holiday sale on its Play Store similar to the one it ran over Black Friday weekend. ’12 Days of Play,’ like its name implies, will run over the next twelve days and consist of a variety of hot offers on some of the latest apps, games, movies, TV shows, and books.
YouTube’s Lyor Cohen confirmed this morning that Play Music will soon merge with Google’s YouTube Red service. No exact date has been specified as to when this will go down, but some information was detailed.
Google Home supports Google’s Play Music service. But up until now, those who were not a paid subscriber of the service could only listen to free radio stations. Today that has changed, because all customers of Play Music can, paid or not, ask Google to play any purchased or uploaded music.
Have you experienced problems using Google’s Play Music in the last couple of days? Fear not. Google has updated the app to solve a crashing issue that was being experienced by several including some of us at Droid Turf.