Today Google announced the release of a new version of their Google Play Music streaming application, adding a number of new features to the app.

With this update, Google Play Music will now be able to play music based on your location, activity from within the app, and the weather. All of that is done by using Google’s machine learning tech.

They explained more about the update with the following:

Building on our commitment to help you find the right music for any moment, today we’re introducing the new Google Play Music — a fresh take on our music streaming service that is smarter, easier to use, and much more assistive.

To deliver that, Google Play Music uses machine learning to figure out what music you like and then mixes in signals like location, activity, and the weather along with hand-picked playlists to personalize music for wherever you are and whenever you want tunes. Starting this week on Android, iOS and the web, the new experience will roll out globally (62 countries, to be precise).

You can find out more information about the updated version of Google Play Music at the source link below.

These new features will launch for the iOS, Android and web versions of the app this week.

Source: Google

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