Google rolls out music service to masses (video)

Google rolls out music service to masses (video)

Summary: Live from Los Angeles, Google officially debuts Google Music in its full form along with the addition of selling songs in the Android Market.

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At a Google press event in Los Angeles, the company officially launches its music service and store. Now open to all, the service enables users to upload their music libraries to Google's servers, making those tunes available to stream on Android-based devices. Users can also now purchase songs from three major music labels.

See also: Google Music opens to public for free; 200M Android devices sold

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  • RE: Google rolls out music service to masses (video)

    And so it begins. NOT the end of iTunes, but the beginning of the end of iTunes Music monopoly.
    tatiGmail
    • RE: Google rolls out music service to masses (video)

      @tatiGmail
      I for one welcome our new iTunes monopoly busting Google overlords.
      Nathan A Smith
  • RE: Google rolls out music service to masses (video)

    The good thing about the services is that its giving away FREE song of the day and sharing on Google + fans is FREE
    The bad thing is that its only for US
    See the complete review with pictures and video here
    http://thetechnologycafe.com/google-music-is-now-livediscover-purchase-and-share-music-on-the-go-review-pictures-video/
    samzbest
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  • RE: Google rolls out music service to masses (video)

    Lol what monopoly? I've been downloading from several different "major" places for years online. And again remember MS had music downloads for .79 all along.
    mlbslugger