Google Play – Music for Android Adds “Listen Now” to its Functions

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  • 22 May 2013
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  • Since Google I/O 2013 only a few weeks back, the software giant has announced a few changes including for Google Music that now includes a few UI redesigns and new features. One of the latest is named Listen Now and offers a new way to identify the currently playing track.

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    Back at Google I/O 2012, the new song ID service also called Google Ears was introduced, only available in selected countries. Now the developer has decided to implement its functionality into Google Play Music, through the most recent update to the app.

    Like the naming suggests, Listen Now will let users identify the currently playing track, out of the huge database that the most popular search engine offers. The feature that is available right now and seems to be working similar to other services of its kind, identifying any track right away. You can have it with the latest version of Google Play Music.

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    • NotGullibleConsumer

      I don’t know where this app, “Listen Now”, came from. It just appeared on my Android phone a few days ago (2Apr2015). Apparently it HACKED MY LAPTOP because it has all my music from my laptop (not stored anywhere else, not in the cloud, and certainly not entrusted to “Big Google Brother”.

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