New Google Music Release Challenges iTunes
Google Music is now out of beta and ready to store up to 20,000 of your songs online to listen to on any of your devices. If you aren’t able to stream your music, there is an option to make songs available offline. There are also Instant Mixes, which are similar to iTunes Genius playlists. The best part is – it’s all free.
Google has also unveiled a new music store and has partnered with top companies such as Universal, EMI, and Sony Music, along with 23 independent labels, to give users over 13 million songs to shop from, including music exclusive to Google Music. The prices run around the same as iTunes along with a horde of free songs (for now at least). After purchasing or playing your songs, you can share them easily via Google+, thanks to deep Google+ integration. Google also introduced Artist Hub which gives undiscovered musicians a chance to promote and sell their tracks.
Could this be the first legitimate challenger to iTunes? Decide for yourself and hit up the link to make your own Google Music account.
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