Google is said to be very keen in bringing out its own unlimited music streaming service, cites latest reports. The sources say that the giant is in talks with music service offering companies to get its paid music service rolled out. This move would be on competition grounds with similar services like Spotify.
On other fronts, Google owned YouTube is also trying to achieve permits from music brands so that it can initiate a paid subscription based music service for audio & videos both.
Sources close to this matter say that the new music move would be backed by promotions but some cite that there would also be a subscription edition without ads. In the US along with some places in Europe, the giant is already giving its own music streaming facility, and thus the release of its new streaming service would place it ahead of its rivals, including Amazon & Apple, neither of any provides a streaming service. The prices of subscription that Google would be asking users for is still a secret.
Further, such move will enable it to differentiate its revenues, which are currently acquired basically from advertising. New service will offer users to reach millions of tracks. Presently there is no clear indication on when the new music streaming service will be made available.