The Google Play Music experience on Android TV has a new update, and with it, a brand new look to show off. As first reported by Android Police, the newest update for the Android TV Play Music app brings the version [...]
Here’s some exciting news for Google Play Music fans, specifically those who use the service on Android TV. Spotted by the folks at Android Police, Google’s music service is getting a big redesign, one that should be making its way to your set-top box or smart TV soon. Show More Summary
The new design is part of the v8.1 update, and it looks pretty incredible. Android TV tends to get placed on the backburner for not only third-party app developers but Google's own applications as well. The YouTube Android TV app finally...Show More Summary
On this day in 1951, musical innovators set out to play and record music using pre-synthesiser electrical equipment.
Google had a lot of nifty little software features to show off during its Pixel 2 event a couple of weeks back, and one of those new additions was all about music. The feature, called Now Playing, listens for music in the ambient noise it picks up and then does its best to match it with a known song and artist. Show More Summary
Justin Fields, the No. 1 QB recruit in the country, is off the board. The SB Nation College Football Recruiting Podcast returns with another episode. You can subscribe to the show on on Apple Podcasts (iTunes) or Google Play Music. The show rundown is as follows. Show More Summary
Tired of constantly telling your Google Home which device to play music or videos on? Now you can set defaults.
Sometimes, you just want to hear Adam Freeland's "Fear" on repeat. As of today you'll have more options to do so now that Rez Infinite's pulse-pounding soundtrack has appeared on Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, Apple Music, iTunes, and a slew of other streaming and download services. These snippets alone are waking me the eff up. Let's go! Read more...
The Amazon Echo and the Google Home smart speakers are pretty good at playing music. Ask them to play a song, and enjoy the surprisingly high sound quality on display. Sometimes, though, you need to bring the freakin' roof down. Enter the Google Home Max, a $400 speaker designed for the bass-shaking, room-quaking wannabe DJ in all of us. Show More Summary
Google's $159 headphones don't just play music, but also translate between 40 languages if you have an Android phone.
Pixel Buds do a lot more than just play your music wirelessly. They have gesture control, Google Assisant, and crazy cool real-time language translation.
Google is coming for your Shazaam. At it's Pixel 2 event on Wednesday, the company revealed an always-on music identification feature for its newest handset. It detects ambient songs playing around you, then leverages the Pixel 2's onboard...Show More Summary
Google announced today the newest additions to the Home family – the Google Home Mini and Max. Both products will be able to do pretty much the same things: integrated Google Assistant, allow users to play music, set reminders, switch lights on and off, amongst other features, much like the original Google Home. Show More Summary
Virtual assistants aren’t just for your smartphone anymore. A whole new class of speakers, featuring quick and easy voice control, can play music and do a whole lot more. One option is Google Home. From the search giant and Android creator,...Show More Summary
Apple Music is the least popular streaming music service across the U.S. population as a whole, according to a new Fluent report seen by us, coming behind YouTube, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Google Play Music, Spotify and Amazon Prime Music. But that’s not surprising, for two reasons … more…
You get a lot of video and music subscriptions vying for your money. From music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music to video services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video, there's more and more subscriptions anxious...Show More Summary
Finding and listening to your favorite music is one of the most popular things to do with the Assistant on Google Home. It’s always been a great speaker—and now it plays more tunes with new services from Deezer and Spotify, along with...Show More Summary
Even if you don't pay, you can now play Spotify on your smart home hub.
First Spotify said it was pulling down music from neo-Nazi, explicitly racist or white supremacist bands in the wake of last weekend's violence in Charlottesville, VA. Next Deezer and CD Baby pledged to do the same. and Google Play and YouTube reaffirmed policies that "prohibit content like hate speech and...
If you can say, they can play it. The convenience of listening to music on smart speakers like Google Home, Amazon Echo vand soon the Apple HomePod are poised to provide a boost of new interest in music streaming services like Spotify and Pandora. _________________________________________ A study by Park Associates...