Google To Start Showing Lyrics In Search Results
Very soon users will be able to see lyrics of a song in search results. A licensing deal clinched between LyricFind, one of the world’s largest lyric licensing services and search engine giant Google. According to the deal, the provider will offer lyrics from over 4,000 publishers in Google’s search results and within Google Play Music app.
LyricFind CEO Darryl said while announcing the deal:
“We’re happy to expand the depth and quality of lyrics available on Google’s services. We’re working together to make lyrics available to a larger audience in a faster and more efficient way.”
The Google-LyricFind deal will open new revenue possibilities for music publishers and songwriters, points out Billboard. Google has already started showing lyrics in search results in the US from Monday. Feature for rest of the markets will be rolled out soon. As the partnership is operational now, users won’t be required to download or open third party apps or websites for reading the lyrics of a song.
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