Google’s list of acquisitions is growing once again today, as the Big G has snapped up streaming music service Songza.
Songza has officially announced that it’s been acquired by Google. Details of the agreement aren’t yet known, but Songza promises that there are “no immediate changes” planned for its service. However, it does say that it plans to continue to make its streaming offering “faster, smarter and even more fun to use.”
Rumors about a possible Google acquisition of Songza began swirling last month. It’s not known exactly what Google plans to do with Songza and its music curation technology, but if I were a betting man, I’d wager that we could end up seeing Google utilize the tech to improve Google Play Music All Access’s playlist and music curation capabilities.
Have you ever used Songza?