Google announces new music player, Disco Music software
Google has released a new music-player that lets users play music without downloading a song.
Disco Music is a free music-streaming service that works with music files downloaded from popular websites such as Google Play Music, Amazon Music, Rdio, Spotify, and others.
It allows users to stream music on their smartphone or tablet using the internet.
Discovery and discovery-focused Google said it will be releasing a new version of the Disco Music app in the second half of 2018.
Users can browse through over 500,000 songs in the app, which can be played on a smartphone or connected to a computer via Bluetooth.
The new app will also let users control playback using a computer and mobile devices.
The Disco Music service has a new user interface that makes it easier for users to navigate the app and learn how to use it.
It also has an improved look.
The app is currently available for Android devices.
Google said the new Disco Music will also allow users to download new songs, albums, and songs for offline listening and streaming.
The new app lets users upload files directly to the service, but will require users to pay for storage.
Dolores Santos, Google’s senior vice president of Android products, said the app will bring more choices and greater control for users.
Santos said Google plans to offer music- and movie-based apps for other devices as well.
She declined to provide a date for when Disco Music would be available on Android.