Google Music Explorer Available in Play Store Now (Limited to Some Users)

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  • 02 Nov 2012
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  • Google announced early this week Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and now we’re getting new treats, as all their products are getting upgraded. Now it appears that there’s a function called Music Explorer, a graphical music discovery tool, applied to the Play Store.

    It appears that you don’t have to wait for Android 4.2 to arrive in order to try out this feature for yourself. Google has enabled some of the Android users to check out the feature from the Play Store. This is similar to what Microsoft was doing at some point with the Zune back in the day. Music Explorer shows you artists similar to the ones you’re looking for in the Play Store and it has a pretty modern interface.

    Although the option was basically available in the Play Store, it wasn’t this pretty looking. This reminds me of an older site that connected networks of your favourite artists in a 3D graph and showed you how they relate to each other, their genres and points in common they had. Pretty cool, right?

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