Google launches Music Beta

Google has finally launched Music Beta, a service which would let you upload your personal music collection, let you listen to it anywhere, keep everything in sync and let you forget the hassle of cables and files.

The service will be available starting on Android devices and via the web

You can upload your personal music collection to a single library, even if it’s scattered across multiple computers. You can upload music files from any folder or add your iTunes library and all of your playlists.

You can get to your personal music collection at home or on the go. Listen from the web or any enabled device with the Music app available from Android Market. The songs you’ve recently played will automatically be available offline.

Music Beta will also let you create your own custom playlists with just a few clicks. Or use Instant Mix to automatically build new playlists of songs from your collection that go great together

Once your music is online, it’s always available. Playlists are automatically kept in sync, and you don’t have to worry about cables, file transfers, or running out of storage space.

Google Music Beta is currently only available by Invite, in the United States only. You can request for an Invite at the website.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. He enjoys following and reporting Microsoft news and developments in the world of Personal Computing & Social Media.

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