Google is ready to take on Pandora and Spotify with its new streaming music service, which may debut at Google’s I/O conference.
According to the Verge, Google has signed deals with the three major record labels: Warner, Sony and Universal, meaning they’ll have no shortage of music. The new service, along with Google Play and Youtube means Google will have a dominating presence when it comes to online music.
It is estimated the service will cost around $10 a month. This puts Google ahead of Apple in the quest to capitalize on the ever growing music streaming market. Apple’s service is reportedly still in development.