Find Bollywood Music with Google Music Search India
Article by George Norman
On 26 Oct 2010
It is already a well-known fact that Google is a properly good search engine that helps you easily and rapidly find whatever you are looking for. But this doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement. The Mountain View-based company has recently announced the launch of Google Music India, an experimental trial that carries the Google Labs tag. Google Music India, as its name so adequately points out, helps you find Bollywood music.

As Google representatives explained, Bollywood music is an “innate part of our life both online and offline” and there are literally millions of Indian users who turn to Google to find Bollywood music. The downside is that searching for Bollywood music can prove to be a bit of a hassle. Since Google is all about making life easier on the user and providing the user with a pleasurable experience, Google Music India just had to be released.

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“We’re starting a trial to help you search and explore music across thousands of Hindi Bollywood songs at Google Music Search (India) Labs (http://google.co.in/music). You can find the latest Hindi songs, restrict your search to songs from 1980s, listen to songs sung by Kishore Kumar or Shreya Ghoshal or just all songs from the movie Buddha Mil Gaya,” announced Software Engineers Tarkeshwar T, Deepak L, Aravind M, Vinodh Kumar R, and Product Manager Alok Goel.

The engineers and the product manager went on to say that when you enter a query, like the name of a song, or the name of an artist, or the name of an album, the search results will provide single click access to the songs you are looking for. The songs you are looking for will be streamed from Google partners directly to your computer; you can stream the songs for as many times as you want.



Tags: Google, Google Music India, Google Labs, India
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