Since Google launched their snappily-titled Google Play Music All Access service about four months ago, they've made a few picky changes to it. The latest is a function that will enable users to create custom listening stations based on their chosen genre of music.

Sounds like a fairly basic function, however until now listeners have only been able to search through stations based on artist, song or album. Now finding new music has been a made a whole lot easier within the system thanks to the ability to use not only wide-reaching terms (aka. 'dance music') but more specific ones too (e.g. 90s rock; 80s hip-hop).

Google says that top songs along with new releases and featured playlists in each genre will be highlighted. They aren't big changes but they're going to make life a lot easier for those who've forfeited their Pandora subscriptions to jump onto the platform.

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