It appears that cloud services aren’t just making their magic with Apple, Google music has recently inherited the use of cloud services with their Google music service. The results have come out pretty impressive. Phandroid say “Google has heard the cries of those who want a quick and easy way to download their collection…That was by far my biggest complain about the service and now I’m quite comfortable with buying music from the service.”. It’s definitely clear that Google have listened and acted to the feedback of their users. Read More
At Google I/O today, Google announced its much anticipated music services that compete with iTunes and Amazon Cloud Player. The Google Music service is currently in “beta”, and is available to users in the US only. It appears that Google has still not been able to convince the music labels, thus the service is limited at the moment. Read More
According to reports, Google hasn’t been able to sign deals with major record companies for its next cloud based music platform. Apple is way ahead in this arena, and apparently Google lacks somebody as dynamic as Steve Jobs to convince the music industry. To overcome this hurdle, it is reported that Google may partner with European based Spotify to power Google Music.