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This app makes the Pixel 2's 'Now Playing' feature just about perfect

This simple app makes the Google Pixel 2's 'Now Playing' feature so much more useful. I love the now playing feature on the Pixel 2. The fact it's just there telling me what tracks I can hear when I'm out and about is terrific. As lame as it sounds, there have been times I've been in a supermarket and wondered what that great track playing over the in-store sound system is.
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