Music App Integration comes as a Backend update to Google Search

Google has been providing great deal of update from the past few days and the major update being the Android 4.4.4 update which is rolled out without any prior announcement. However Google seems not to halt at any point in releasing updates to its apps. The Google search is now updated providing a back-end update that integrates the Music app to the Google Search to make searching for the artists and playing the albums much more easier.

With this update, the Google search will now provide direct links to the artist’s albums when we are searching a particular artist name in the Search. To listen to these music albums, user have to just tap the links to open the songs on your favorite media app. This reduces the burden of navigating through various links to get to your favorite music albums, which kind of makes you impatient at times.

Currently Google provided support to only few media apps like iHeartRadio, Google Play Music, Rdio, Spotify, TuneIn, and YouTube. But this update is currently centered in the US market and we hope that this update will further be extended globally offering support to many more apps. Google also kind of promised to keep this feature expanding to the rest of the world, so all we have to do is to wait for the update to arrive to our devices.

Google with its ultimate support to the Google apps, is bringing a lot cooler features to the stock Android making it much more appealing to its users. We also hope this update arrive soon to other regions of the world in a short time. So stay tuned until then!!!

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