Revenue from global online music streaming services crossed the US$11 billion mark in the first half of 2019, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research claims, adding that this trend is bound to continue.
Tech giant Google has found even more ways to cash in on its heavy web traffic, this time unleashing a new ad option for users looking for music and artists through its search engine, with direct links pointing to Google Play, Spotify, Rhapsody and Apple's Beats Music.
Google has got a jump start on its rivals, launching a music service today that allows users to listen to unlimited songs for $9.99 a month.
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