Google has announced that Google Music Search is officially “rolling out.” This new feature will allow users to hear song previews and easily obtain artist and album information, and it is expected to be accessible to users across the U.S. soon.
According to Google:
Of course, this is just a first step toward making search more musical. There’s a lot of music out there in the world, and in some instances, we may not return links to the song you’re looking for. But by combining the strength of Google’s search algorithms with our music search partners’ efforts to increase the comprehensiveness of their music content, we’re on track to answer more of your rhymes with the right rhythms.
StreamDrag is a free music search engine that uses YouTube database to pull our songs for user’s playlist. We can find here any music video that’s on YouTube and just enjoy our music without the video. Functions are regular, like for the playlist you have the ‘+’ icon, and rest is as usual.
The StreamDrag developer, David Lorenz, claims that the simplicity of this application is the key difference here, as well as some features that enhance the user experience such as looping a single track.