Google recently announced a new music service, called Google Music. Still in beta status, Google Music is sending invitations to interested people who want to try Google’s “cloud-based” music storage and playback system. Using Google Music, a music fan can upload some favorite tunes to Google, then play them back on a cellphone… anywhere and at any time. In fact, the music can be played back on up to eight different cellphones, although they will all need to connect to the same Google account to access the music. With an attractive and friendly user interface, Google Music makes it easier to organize and listen to your music – no matter where you are.
In the video to the right, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs steps through the process of setting up an Android cell phone to access a Google Music account. Just click on the window to the right and follow along to see how easy it is to get going with Google Music.
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