Google has announced that it’s developing a new music streaming app that it says will let users control the content they want to watch, and then use Google’s new Music Engine to determine the best song to watch next.
The news comes amid a slew of new music services and platforms that have sprung up in recent months, including Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, SoundCloud, and others.
Now, there are even more.
As Google announced the project, it was also adding that it plans to make it available for developers to use.
For example, Google says the new Google Music Engine will be able to tell you the best music videos to watch based on the metadata and genres.
The service will also offer music recommendations based on what songs people are listening to.
This will let you discover music by genre, and you’ll be able easily filter and rate music based on music genre, music type, and popularity.
The system will also allow you to set playback quality, playback speed, and album art.
As for how you use the new service, you’ll see a new video section in the app.
In this section, you can control playback speed and skip through music.
You can also play a playlist in reverse, by replaying the same song on the other device.
In addition, there will be a “playlist view” where you can preview a playlist from the last played on the current device.
Finally, you will be given a new “list” button in the middle of the page that will allow you toggle between a list of videos or music you’ve recently watched.
This means you can watch videos on your iPhone or iPad, and the music you listen to on your Chromecast will be automatically downloaded to your Google Home.
It also means you will now be able add a new playlist to your library, and be able watch and enjoy a playlist while your phone or tablet is plugged into a power source.
Google says this is an exciting time to be a music user.
The company is taking on Apple and Spotify as it prepares for a wave of new services that will help it reach millions of users.