Thursday, November 17, 2011

Google Takes On iTunes, Amazon With New Music Store

To virtually no one’s surprise, Google today announced the launch of a digital music store that integrates with its existing cloud-based music storage locker. And that locker service is officially out of beta with today’s announcement.
The Google Music Store exists in the Android Market alongside app, book and movie stores. It’s available in the US only.
On the surface, it looks and seems to function much like Apple’s iTunes Music Store and Amazon’s MP3 store: Songs are priced from 99 cents to $1.29, there’s biographical info about artists and reviews from listeners.

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