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03 Apr 2019 08:26

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<h1>Google Buys Streaming Music Service Songza To Take On Spotify, Amazon And Apple</h1>

<p>Google has purchased streaming service Songza in a bid to bolster its online music service. The agency said it's going to incorporate the service into its own in the approaching months in a bid to take on Spotify, Amazon and Beats Music, which was just lately purchased by Apple. The firm is believed to be making ready to launch a new YouTube music service as nicely and ramping up its existing Play All Entry subscription music service.</p>

<p>Google is preparing to launch a new YouTube music service as effectively and ramping up its current Play All Entry subscription music service. Songza, which provides playlists curated by specialists. Songza is a free music streaming and recommendation service for Web customers in North America. Playlists are made by music experts, the service recommends numerous playlists primarily based on time of day and mood or activity. Google mentioned it might discover ways to include aspects of Songza into its current streaming music service over the approaching months. For now the 4-12 months-old Songza service, which creates 'professional-curated' music playlists intended to match users' actions and tastes, will remain unchanged for current customers.</p>
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