How to use Google Play Music in Windows 10 Mobile to listen to podcasts, podcasts, and more on Windows 10 PC via Google Play app
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that the company is bringing the same Google Play service to Windows 10 mobile for those who already own a Google Pixel.
The news comes a week after Microsoft rolled out its own Spotify for Windows 10 app.
The service works like Google Play on the Pixel, but doesn’t offer the same subscription services as Google Play for iOS or Android.
For example, it doesn’t support paid subscriptions.
The news comes after Microsoft’s Pixel and Pixel XL phones were released earlier this month.
The Pixel’s launch came after the launch of Windows 10 Insider Preview 3, which saw the release of a new version of Windows Insider Preview and the addition of a variety of new apps for Windows Insider.
Microsoft says it’s bringing the service to the Pixel and a few other devices, including the Pixel XL, Pixel 2 XL, and Pixel 2, starting in April.
Microsoft also announced that the first Android-based Pixel device will be available for purchase this April.
Google also recently rolled out a similar Spotify for Android app, and the company has rolled out similar services to the company’s own apps for Android devices as well.
However, Spotify for iOS doesn’t include Google Play.
Google has said it plans to bring a separate version of Spotify to Windows Phones and other devices in the coming months.
That version of the service is called Google Play Now, and it lets you listen to music in a variety or podcasts in a browser.
You can also buy and download music, and add tracks to playlists.