Google finally unveiled it’s long rumored Cloud Music service at I/O 2011 in San Fransisco yesterday morning as Music Beta. Months ago we have got an leaked version of Android Music Player which has some mysteries clue on playlist and other features turns out that were the Official Android player for Music Beta by Google. Now the final version of Music Player is available on Android Market to Download.
The Music application features a redesigned UI and now supports Music Beta by Google. Music Beta is a new service from Google that gives you instant access to your personal music collection on the web and your compatible Android devices without the hassle of wires or syncing.
Currently Music Beta cloud music service from Google is available in the U.S. only which requires an invitation and free for a limited time only. After manage to get the invitation (Request now) you will be able to upload up to 20000 songs via an application which also allow to upload all the playlists that you have on iTunes or Windows Media Player, later you can play them directly on your Android Devices through the above Music Application. In addition to the Android Music player you can also use the web-based player to listen them.
Google Music is currently failed to offer buy songs and restricted to only in US as they weren’t able to make any deals with record labels, we hope soon the music companies will realise the potential success of Android Market and Google will be able to produce an complete version of Music for all of us.