Google Music debuts in the U.S.

Search giant inaugurates iTunes rival


Google Music, the search giant’s own free music streaming service, launched on Thursday, joining long-time rivals Apple’s iTunes and Amazon’s Cloud Player, the Financial Times reports. Google music offers streaming and cloud-based locker that enable users to play songs through Web browsers or Android devices. The launch comes after the tech behemoth signed licensing deals with three major music labels: Universal Music, Sony Music Entertainment, and EMI. For now, Google Music is only available in the U.S.

The Financial Times

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Google Music debuts in the U.S.

  1. Technically, it’s only available in the US… but here’s a work-around: http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/19/how-to-use-google-music-from-anywhere-yes-outside-of-the-unit/

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