You can now listen to genre-specific radio stations with Google Play Music All Access on Android

You can now listen to genre-specific radio stations with Google Play Music All Access on Android

genre_radio_screen1Google has expanded the radio station options on its Google Play Music service after introducing a genre-specific feature to help users find new tracks based on the music they like.

Subscribers of the $9.99 per month All Access service simply update their app to the latest version, head to the ‘Radio’ or ‘Explore’ sections and choose a genre. After that, they’ll be served an unlimited Pandora-style ‘radio’ station of tracks based on their selection.

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The new Google Play Music feature comes just days after Microsoft launched its Xbox Music service on iOS and Android and rolled out free Web streaming. Apple is preparing a radio feature for iTunes, while Spotify is another service that sits in that space.

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