And since everything is automatically organized and searchable, you can quickly find what you’re looking for. Access millions of songs for any mood or situation with recommendations powered by Google.
You can also share albums to ensure you never miss a moment, no matter who took the shot. With Android One, you can be confident that you’ll have a consistent experience no matter which phone you choose.
To get your music to Google's cloud you'll need to use its Google Music Manager app.
Since it’s a Labs project, expect this feature to have a short shelf life unless Google chooses to stick with it.Visit play.google.com/music using your computer or tablet to enable the service for your account.You'll need to add a credit card to the account just in case you decide to purchase music at some point.Android One phones are ready to go with the apps you love at your fingertips.Get the information you need when you need it with the Google Assistant, watch your favorite creators on You Tube, or use Google Maps to help you get where you’re going.It doesn't seem to be related to a specific device or Android version either: some are seeing it on the O Dev Preview, others on Nougat, some on a Pixel, others a Nexus 5X or Galaxy S7, and so on.