A decade ago, Google announced a digital music service that would enable listeners to listen to and buy music in a variety of ways, from downloading MP3s to buying songs in bulk.
The service would also be able to make the music available to a wide variety of devices, including the web, on Google Play Music, Spotify, Apple Music and other online music services.
However, in 2017, the service was shut down for several months, with some customers complaining that they were not getting access to the music they paid for.
Jyp is the first music streaming service that has been completely shut down in the US since the launch of Apple Music in December.
This has left many users with no option but to pay to download the songs they have paid for, or to search for them on Google.
Now, with the release of Google’s first-ever full-fledged Android Music app, the streaming music service is back.
Here’s what you need to know about Jyp.
What’s new in Jyp?
Jyp’s biggest addition is that it now supports Apple Music.
Apple Music was launched in December 2017 and offers a full catalog of the major music labels, as well as exclusive tracks, exclusive playlists and a variety