How to get rid of annoying soundcloud links
Google has introduced a new feature to its online music search results which automatically removes all audio related links.
The company said in a blog post on Thursday that the new “Search & Search” feature was introduced in September.
“Now, when you type in a song title, it will be taken to the right place,” it said.
“This is in contrast to the old way of getting to the music that you’re searching for.”
The company also said that this feature had been rolled out in India.
Soundcloud has been criticised for not providing any information about its links, with critics accusing the streaming service of exploiting music consumers.
“You can’t tell the difference between a link and a soundcloud link.
Soundscapes are created by people,” says user @thesoulboy, adding that “no one really knows how to create soundscapes, so you have to play along.”
Soundcloud says it is committed to making sure that its links are clear and understandable, and will continue to do so.
The news follows Google’s announcement in March that it was rolling out its own music search feature, which allows users to filter music by category and search for specific songs.
It said it was also introducing a “search engine for music”.
Google said it had listened to feedback from users, including from Spotify and Apple Music, and was introducing an improved search interface to help users find what they are looking for faster.
In a blogpost on Thursday, Google said that its new search feature would be rolled out on March 14.
“The new search features are designed to give you more direct access to search results that are relevant to you, such as specific artist information, artist and track names, genre, or other relevant information,” the blog post said.
It added that the feature would also be made available to users of other services, such that people could search for music by type of music, artist, and title, without having to leave the search engine.
The blog post also said the new search tool was a “first step towards bringing a much more personalized search experience” to the service.