Google Music aims straight at Apple iTunes

Source: Youtube
Google Music (now in beta test) will allow music streaming to Android phones, computers, and tablets.

There’s certainly no love lost between Apple and Google these days. Google has announced a service that’s aimed not just at Apple’s iTunes, but at Amazon’s Cloud Drive, as well. The idea is that Google will synchronize a user’s tunes between all of his or her Internet- connected devices: computers, Android phones, and tablets. It will have a capacity of 20,000 songs per user. The beta test version is available to US-based users by invitation only.

Apparently the tunes will be stored on Google’s servers — not users’ phones. Unless I’m missing something, this is a rare example of Google following in someone else’s footsteps, rather than exploring a new path. Watch the above video clip for Google’s explanation.

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