Google Music now available

Google Music has graduated from Beta and is now available to U.S. consumers. The service was officially released during Google's These go to eleven event which took place yesterday. The Beta was announced back in May to rival Apple's iTunes Match and Amazon Cloud Player.

Google Music will continue to be offered as a free service, and you can store up to 20,000 songs in your personal music library.

As part of the launch, Google has also unveiled the new Music Store on Android Market. You can browse through millions of tracks which even include some free songs to add to your own collection. Any song purchased from the Music Store can be added to your music collection without an impact to your (20,000) song count. Your free songs can be shared with your friends on Google+.

Google Music users with Android phone and tablets (Android 2.2+) can access the new Android Market from your devices in the next few days.

The Music App for Android has been updated and you can download it directly from the Android Market or by using the link below.

Download from the Google Play Store
Price Free
Requirements Varies with device

So head over to the Music Store on the Android Market right now and get access to the huge Google Music catalog and expand your music library today.
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