November 17, 2011

Google Music steps out of Beta

Google Music finally steps out from it's beta phase and is now available in the US, at least initially. The launching of this new service from Google now lets you listen to music from the cloud. It also comes with a new Music store that comes in an app for your Android device. You can download the app from the Android Market

"The store offers more than 13 million tracks from artists on Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, EMI, and the global independent rights agency Merlin as well as over 1,000 prominent independent labels including Merge Records, Warp Records, Matador Records, XL Recordings and Naxos. We’ve also partnered with the world's largest digital distributors of independent music including IODA, INgrooves, The Orchard and Believe Digital.
You can purchase individual songs or entire albums right from your computer or your Android device and they’ll be added instantly to your Google Music library, and accessible anywhere.

Good music makes you want to turn up the volume, but great music makes you want to roll down the windows and blast it for everyone. We captured this sentiment by giving you the ability to share a free full play of a purchased song with your friends on Google+." - Google

The video explains how the service works. Also, like what Google said and what is presented in the video, Google Music allows you to share your music on your Google+ account. You can learn more about Google Music here.


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