Google has publicly launched its Music service dubbed Google Music, live to the US. Google Music is about discovering, purchasing, sharing and enjoying digital music in new, innovative and personalized ways, and is ready to take on iTunes on a very large scale.
Google Music helps you spend more time listening to your collection and less time managing it. The service automatically syncs your entire music library, playlists across all your devices.
The best part being you can customize which artists you want to sync and which not.
With Google Music now Android Market, (Android 2.2 + only), you can find artists and great bands from your favorite genres. Google Music also gives personalized recommendations based on what you listen to most. And when you’re not shopping for new music, rediscover your own library by creating an Instant Mix.
Purchase and share
It is now easy and seamless for you to grow your music collection. A new music store is also Live on the Android Market, fully integrated with Google Music.
The store offers more than 13 million tracks from major record companies for you to purchase.
The best part being Google+ users can share tracks for FREE yes for FREE with your friends on Google+. Now that’s called marketing your social network.
Keep all your music in one place. Anything you get from Android Market is automatically stored in your Google Music library and you can add up to 20,000 of your own songs — all for free. With your music saved online, you have even more space for all the other things you love.
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We will be coming back with more videos on the service. Let us know your comments of what you think about Google Music.
Can it take on iTunes?