Thursday, November 17, 2011

Google opens Android Music Store

A few years back Apple brought a revolution in the music industry by the iTunes store and now it is the web giant Google putting the initial steps on the music industry making full use of the Android base that the Google has. The Android users in the parts of US will now be able to access Google music as simply as searching Google.
Google has signed up with many major music companies excluding Warner Music and the service is limited to US only at the moment because of the issues with the record labels. The Google Music will feature some exclusive content from Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Busta Rhymes, Shakira, Pearl Jam and the Dave Matthews Band. Songs are available in MP3 format encoded at 320Kbps. Songs are priced from 69c to 99c and $1.29 similar to Apple's iTunes.

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