For those who believe that the landscape of web sites that broadcast music via streaming, like Pandora or Spotify, is populated enough, now comes a new proposal for Google to stir up the hornet’s nest. Apparently, Google does not want to stay out of the business, so it would be in negotiations with record companies to launch its own service.
The news is not yet publicly announced by Google, so even unofficial, since just about assertions from “external sources” the Financial Times newspaper and Bloomberg business site.
At the same time, it is said that the negotiations with the record companies would include the renewal of permission for the use of certain songs on YouTube, including along with many videos.
Not much else is known about this new plan of domination of Google, only run on Android and other OS devices. In particular I am not so sure that Google be able to recover some of what they have other services very known as Pandora and there may come a little late to try to take part of the pie of online music business.
Carried out this new attempt of Google in the field of smartphones, would be ready to be implemented by mid-year. At this news, the plans in the same sense that also have Apple.