At Google I/O developer conference Google announced it’s cloud based music service ‘Google Music’. This service is very much similar to Apple’s iTunes but it is a cloud based service and it can be accessed on any device over the air. Here is a quick glance at the Google Music service
- It runs on all the Android device – mobiles and tablets.
- You can store up to 20000 songs in the cloud for free (at least when the service is in Beta)
- You can create custom playlists, edit track information, etc.
- Music will be available when your device is offline too (this is an interesting feature)
- You can wirelessly sync music with a web enabled device and it happens automatically
- Google’s version of iTunes Genius is called Instant Mix
- The service is currently in Beta and available on invitation basis
- At the moment accessible only from USA
- Google Music application is available in Android Market. You may download it now.
Here is a video showcasing Google Music features
If you live in USA you can request for Google Music beta invitation from here