5 Reasons Why Google Should Launch Its Music Service In India Soon

    Google recently announced its latest flagship smartphones: Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P in the Indian market.

    Both smartphones have made a huge buzz in the smartphone market as it comes with latest features and the newly launched Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. Well, the Indian users will not be able to use some of Google's services.

    However, one of the biggest Google services like Google Play Music doesn't work in India. It is unfortunate that Google has not launched the Play Music service in the country like India where Android is dominating. Here are some of the reasons for Google to launch Music service in India.

    Why Google is Waiting?

    Apple announced its Apple Music service on iOS, Mac and Windows devices earlier this year. In India, Apple has announced its Apple Music service, where the iPhones are owned by the affluent. Even, Microsoft also have plans to launch its Groove music service in India by the end of this year.

    Google Shouldn't Feel Inferior

    Google Play Music and Apple Music are most comprehensive streaming service available out there. Both comes with similar catalogue of features, but the coolest feature that Google provides a cloud locker facility, which allows you to upload 20,000 of your own songs. So that you can stream them from anywhere.

    Pre-Installed App

    All the Android smartphone sold in India comes with pre-installed Google Play Music, but nothing happens when you open the streaming service in the app.

    Chromecast Audio

    Google recently announced the Chromecast Audio, unfortunately not in India. Google has to launch the service in India considering the amount of users using the Android platform.


    Apple and Microsoft will soon launch their services on Android. Well, in India many streaming services like Saavan, Gaana are already popular. Google has to launch the Play Music in competition to its rivals.



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