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Google Now links to music apps

Google Now’s service is constantly evolving to make your Android experience a more personalized one by providing you easier access to the applications and services you use most.

Now, you’re able to click on links to music services for the bands that you search for on Google Now.

So let’s say you’re searching for Arctic Monkeys, Google Now will pop up links to the band’s YouTube page, and provide links to Spotify and the Play Music app. It also supports iHeartRadio, Google Play, and TuneIn.

For now, this feature is only available in the United States, so if you reside outside of America, you won’t be able to use this feature. However, Google plans on rolling it out globally soon, along with adding other music services to the pop-up list.

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