Monday, October 24, 2011

Google Launching their own Music Store

Google Music is currently in Beta and only available by invitation to subscribers in USA. You can store up to 25,000 songs on Google's Music cloud. You can access your music library from any computer or Android phone for free. As reported on WSJ, Google is now also building a Music-Store which will allow users to purchase songs for a nominal fee which could be around 99c a song. It is rumored to launch in next 2 weeks.

It is also reported that Google's Music Store will be closely integrated with their social networking site Google+. Google Music users will be able to recommend songs to their Google+ circles who in turn will be able to listen to the song for free once before having the option to purchase it.

With so many players already in the market; Amazon Music Store, Spotify, Apple iCloud how likely or unlikely are you to use Google Music?

Check back for detailed review of major digital music stores.


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