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Ask Google Search on Android to ‘play some music’ and… it will

Sometimes, having your entire music collection in your pocket can be a bit overwhelming. When there are hundreds (or in our case, thousands) of tracks at your disposal, where do you even begin to listen? To help thwart that paralysis of choice, Google is going to do the guessing for you with its latest tweak to Search. FromGoogle Now or the search bar, simply say the magic words “play some music” and your Android device will start playing a random Play Music “I’m feeling lucky” mix that’s based on recent listening habits. With its deep catalog of tunes, it’s pretty easy to imagine that this feature’s benefits increase exponentially if you’re paying for Mountain View’s All Access service, too. Subscriber or not, though, if you’re stuck in aNine Inch Nails rut, this could be the ticket out


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