Google Now For Android Can Now Play Music With a Simple Voice Command

Search engine giant Google has been continuously adding new features to its Google Now app for Android devices. Just a couple of days back the company announced that the voice command integration in the app can also take the commands to click pictures and videos from withing the app. And now integrating one more voice command into the app, the company has annoucned that the Google Now can actually play music for you.

Google Now For Android Can Now Play Music With a Simple Voice Command

To launch a camera mode via a Google Now App, the users will simply a have to say, "Ok Google, take a picture." You can even launch the video camera by saying, "Okay, Google, take a video." Now, if you want to hear some music, just say "Ok Google, play some music," and you will be sent straight to Google Play Music and be given the opportunity to play an "I'm feeling lucky" radio station.

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However, you will have access to more music if you are a subscriber to Google Play Music All Access, the playlist of the station will be a wide selection of tunes based on your recent listening habits. If you're not a subscriber to All Access, the songlist for your radio station will be based on songs that you've downloaded on the music app on your phone. If you are interested in All Access, the service costs $9.99 (approx. Rs. 608) per month.

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Since the app is being updated repeatedly off late, "what next?" is something which everyone is being curious about.

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