Gaana Android app adds “Ok Google” support

GaanaTimes Internet Limited-run music streaming service Gaana’s Android app has got a nifty new feature in the latest update. The app now integrates Google voice search and supports “Ok Google” hotword, meaning the consumers will now be able to search the application by using the voice command – OK Google, Search ‘song’ on Gaana – directly from their home-screen (even from lock-screen in Nexus devices) or within the Google app.

Earlier, Google had announced that third-party app developers can now add “Ok Google” support in their application by adding just a few lines of code and Gaana has implemented the same in its latest version of Android app.

Other changes in the latest version of Gaana app include fix for shuffle mode, Telugu language filter, and bug fixes.

Gaana is one of the most popular music-streaming services in the country and offer over 3 million songs. It also comes with a paid Gaana Plus subscription services, which allows the users to download songs, watch music videos, ad-free UI and HQ audio.


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1 thought on “Gaana Android app adds “Ok Google” support

    Amit Kulkarni

    (January 8, 2015 - 5:18 pm)

    awesome

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