Google has been busy with their music offering as of late, and now we're hearing it could be getting whole lot better in the coming weeks or months. Earlier today the folks from Mountain View pushed out an update to Google Music that brought some major changes, speed improvements, and tweaks for All Access users, but behind the scenes is telling a different story for the future of Google Music.
Last month Google revealed and released Google Music 'All Access' at their I/O developer event. Blending the best of Google Music, Spotify, and Pandora into one awesome music solution. For those already using and enjoying it (like myself) today's update reveals some awesome improvements coming soon, at least according to an APK teardown from the boys over at Android Police.
While digging through the newest version of Google Music, some pieces of code revealed that Google could be adding the option for the Play Music app to search for and find a music video to go along with it. Instead of heading to YouTube and looking up VEVO Videos for the artists you're currently enjoying, why not let Google Music do it for you? It looks like that's exactly what's coming soon.
As you can see above, Google Music from a browser currently will do something similar and search for the correlating video to share with your friends on Google+, and it looks like our Android devices will be able to do the same soon, as well as watch them right from mobile.
Google Music won't just find the video for sharing, but it's being reported that it will actually let you watch the video in the Music app itself. You won't have to go anywhere to enjoy it. That's pretty awesome. Who needs MTV these days anyways? I sure don't.