Google is planning to make its presence felt through retail stores. But the search giant is always on to better things. This time round Google is working on a free music streaming service, according to a report in The Financial Times.
The report states that the company is in talks with major record labels to launch such a service and offer competition to the likes of Spotify, Deezer, and Nokia Music. The company is expected to offer subscriptions as well as free unlimited listening. Though users will have to put up with ads if they don't want to pay, just like on Spotify.