The latest version of Google’s search engine is changing the way you search for religious music.
Google is adding a new category called “Religious Music,” which means the search engine will now rank songs based on their religious cultural contricks.
You’ll be able to find some of the best songs in your favourite religious groups in this new category.
Google said the new search category will be a new way to discover music that is in tune with the religious beliefs of its users.
It’s unclear what this means for you, though, since Google hasn’t yet listed any of the songs in this category in its “Popular” section.
However, Google Music has already added the categories “Religion and Music” and “Religions and Music.”
We asked Google Music what the new categories will mean for you and will update this post when we hear back.
What’s in the new category?
Google Music is adding two new categories, “Relief Music” (which has a lot of Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh and Buddhist lyrics) and “Music of the Religions.”
These categories will have more than 1 million entries, according to Google Music.
According to Google, the purpose of the categories is to better align the search results of Google with what users are searching for.
It seems that the search engines will prioritize songs that have religious or cultural meanings over other songs, which is why it’s important to choose the right ones.
The categories will also show up in a “Popularity” section, which will allow you to compare different songs and categories.
It looks like you’ll be limited to the first three categories, which means there’s likely a lot more to the new “Relgious Music” category.
What’s more, the new Search results for these two categories are not yet available, so you’ll need to search on your own.
You can see what these categories look like in the image below.