Google Finally Introduces Music Beta

Selecting Music From Your Android Powered Tablet

It's Easy to Select Music From Your Android Powered Tablet

Click Here to Watch The Video: “Store Your Music In The Cloud With Google Music Beta”

Google announced the new service earlier today at the Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco. The service, which actually launched on Tuesday, is by invitation only at this point, but you can request an invitation at Google.

It should be noted that you can only get an invite directly from Google.

Google Music Beta is a cloud-based music streaming service. You can upload up to 20,000 music files, then access those files from your web browser on your computer or your Android powered mobile devices.

Both your music and your playlists are stored in the cloud, so if you make a change via one device–upload a new song, add a song to your playlist, create a new playlist, and so on–those changes are available to all your devices.

Google has been unable to reach a licensing agreement with the major labels, so for now, users will not be able to purchase music through the service. However, the many features currently available should still make Google Music Beta attractive to Android owners, as well as people with multiple computers.

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