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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Google Music Beta: Here is Everything You Need to Know

We've heard Rumors about the New Music service by Google for A long time, And today it came into Being today at the Google's I/O Conference, Google has released the New Music Service. It is called is the new "Music Beta", Right now it is invite-only beta of their new cloud-based music service for Android. As we have heard of the Amazon's Cloud based Music service, Google has offered the same type of Service for Android Users. Google allows users to Upload music using an syncing application called as ‘Music Manager’.To Access the New Music Beta service By Google, Visit

Users can either Use their Android Device to listen Songs there's no need of Local Storage. Or they can use an Over-the-air WebApp. Google also allow users to manually select individual albums or songs to be downloaded for offline-only mode. The new thing that they have added to it is the new ‘Instant Mix’ feature for Music Mixing.
  • It will run on all Android devices, including tablets and mobiles
  • You’ll be able to create custom playlists
  • You’ll be able to edit track info, get play counts, etc.
  • Music will be available when you’re offline, too
  • Users can upload and store songs to a cloud-based directory
  • Users can wirelessly and automatically sync playlists from the web to connected devices and vice versa


Listen anywhere, even offline:
You can get to your personal music collection at home or on the go. Listen from the web or any enabled device with the Music app available from Android Market. Not online? No problem. The songs you've recently played will automatically be available offline. You can also select the specific albums, artists and playlists you want to have available when you're not connected.
Stay in sync, without the hassle:
Spend more time listening to your music and less time managing it. Once your music is online, it's always available. Playlists are automatically kept in sync, and you don't have to worry about cables, file transfers, or running out of storage space.
Your collection, now in one place:
Upload your personal music collection to a single library, even if it's scattered across multiple computers. You can upload music files from any folder or add your iTunes® library and all of your playlists. And when you add new music to your computer, it can be automatically added to your music collection online.
 Mix it Up:
Create your own custom playlists with just a few clicks. Or use Instant Mix to automatically build new playlists of songs from your collection that go great together. All the playlists you create and all the changes you make to them are automatically available everywhere your music is.

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