Google is adding a new Pandora music store to the Android app store.
It’s an interesting move, since Pandora Music is one of the best-selling streaming music apps on iOS and Android.
But, it’s also a little strange.
Google’s new music store is in a different spot than other music stores.
It doesn’t include albums or playlists, unlike other Google Music apps, which include album art and playlists.
And while Pandora Music has a lot of songs that are available in other formats (such as MP3 and AAC), there aren’t many new tracks or albums.
It does have a selection of music from Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, and Google Music.
The reason for this is that Google Music isn’t really built for mobile devices.
And that’s where the app has some serious competition.
Google Music is currently only available on the Android device and Android TV platform.
But it will eventually be available for iOS devices as well.
We will see how well Google Music performs on these platforms in the coming weeks.
We have a couple of weeks to test it out on iOS devices before it will officially launch.
For now, you can try out the new Pandora Music store in the Android Market.
If you’re on Android and don’t already have an account, it will take you a few minutes to register for free.
But you can use it right away.
You can also search for songs by genre or by artist, or you can search by album art.
The only other way to search for music is to tap on the song or artist icon, which will open a menu of music options.
Once you get to the song page, tap on “Search” and then “Search by Artist,” which will bring up a list of all the songs available for purchase.
You’ll have to select a song from that list to start listening.
Here are some songs that will make it onto the new store: “The Last of Us” (2016) by The Chainsmokers “Crazy” by Arcade Fire “Tales From the Borderlands” by The Strokes “Invisible” by Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, and Lady Gaga “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” by Ellie Goulding “Momma” by A$AP Rocky, The xx, and Future Future Future “All Night” by Beck, De La Soul, and Pharrell Williams “Pablo Honey” by Dizzee Rascal and Thee Oh Sees “No Such Thing” by Kendrick Lamar and Jay-Z “We’re Going” by Eminem “Beautiful” by Lady Gaga and Katy Perry