Google launches Music Store and opens Google Music to all





Google has taken the beta tag off of Google Music and has made it available to everyone. At their special Los Angeles event today, which was streamed live at Youtube.com/Android, Google did what we all expected them to do: they announced the music store, and more.


Google Music allows you to upload your music library to the cloud (up to 20,000 songs) free of charge. Once your library is uploaded, you can then listen to your music anywhere on your phone, tablet, or computer via music.google.com. Your library is always synced, so when you add a playlist from your computer, it's a...

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Google launches Music Store and opens Google Music to all

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