It might sound weird, but the Big G did it: indeed Google added music features to its Google Maps app, trying to meet the needs of commuters.
The company explained in an official statement:
If you have to sit in traffic, you may as well do it while listening to good music. We're making Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play Music available within Google Maps so that you can control your tunes and podcasts right from Google Maps navigation. With Spotify on Android you can also choose your favourite content by browsing through songs, albums, podcasts, and playlists with the new, easy to use navigation. Say goodbye to toggling between apps, and rock out knowing that you can keep your eyes where they should be — on the road.
The new commute features start rolling out globally on Android and iOS this week. To get started, you just need to update your app from the Play Store or App Store.
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