Google Play Music concept is the stuff we dream of

Google Play Music concept is the stuff we dream of


I was browsing a little website called Reddit (ever heard of it?) today when I came across a conceptual design for Google Play Music. Described as being the sort of desktop application for Google Play Music that the author/artist would like to see, it’s everything the tablet experience needs now. In short, it’s gorgeous, intuitive, and very Google-like.

I’m partial to the way Google Now cards could be implemented into the experience, especially if it leads to purchasing tickets and CDs as well as the option to learn more about the artists.

Other details I really like were the overall menu system, the persistent progress bar, and the right-click options that generally accompany Android’s long presses.

I don’t know about you but this is the sort (or start) of Google Play experience we should have on a computer and/or Android tablet. Sure, space could be better used in some spots, but really, it’s leaps ahead of the stuff we have today. Let’s hope Google’s team catches wind of the concept and implements some of these features or touches in the actual experience!


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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. Chris Brown
    March 18, 14:32 Reply

    Definitely a nice UI…but its almost identical to the (now retired) Zune UI.

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