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Google adds music search

Posted on Thursday, December 15 2005 @ 22:46:44 CET by


Google has added yet another new feature, to help users finding more info about artists. The search engine claims lots of their users search for music-related terms, and they want to help people with the new music search feature/
The music search feature is prominently placed above the main search results in what Google calls its "one box" area -- where information such as weather, movies or books may also be highlighted.

When a user enters a music-related search in Google search box, the resulting search returns information about the artist, a few albums and a picture, when available, above the standard search results.

A link to "more" music results leads to user reviews, song titles and a choice of online retailers where the music can be purchased.
Google is working together with partners such as Apple, RealNetworks, eMusic, Amazon, Wal-Mart and others. More details over at CNN.

Competitors Ask Jeeves, MSN and Yahoo already have similar features.



 



 

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