Google’s music match feature reportedly replacing explicit songs with censored versions


Google (GOOG) released a new feature for its music service last week that can scan a computer’s entire library of music and match up to 20,000 songs in the cloud. The service is free to use, unlike similar services from Apple (AAPL) or Amazon (AMZN), and allows users to stream matched music at 320 kbps. Some users are reporting problems when attempting to match explicit songs from their library, however.

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By Nicholas Maithya Posted in Reviews

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