It’s been available in the US since June and serves up stations with tunes curated by experts for a range of activities: getting yourself out of bed in the morning, taking a road trip to explore the Canadian Rockies or a night out on the town.
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It’s taken a few months, but it’s nice to see Google expanding free music streaming outside the US. The company hasn’t said if it’ll bring its radio service to other countries, but I hope that today’s Canadian launch is a step in that direction.
➤ Music for everything that you do [Official Google Canada Blog]