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  • Google suggests music based on your mood
  • Google suggests music based on your mood
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Google suggests music based on your mood

Spotify Radio creates a playlist based on a particular song, while Pandora recommends music based on what the listener already likes. To compete with these streaming services, Google Music has added a feature that suggests music based on the listener's mood.

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