Google Drive". Now the rumor mill at WSJ is churning with news of a home entertainment service from the ubiquitous search engine provider, which may or may not be linked with the Android@Home project. It is coincidence that both of these stories have been leaked within hours of each other? Officially, yes; that's kind of the nature of a leak. But unofficially it all points to a centralized, Google-hosted media hub that's accessible from any Android device, PC, or connected television.
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Google Music Store. While it has been out now for a few months they are doing anything and everything they can to attract attention, and buyers. Today's sale that just kicked off is quite impressive offering some of the biggest and most popular current songs all for a great price -- besting iTunes for sure.
Rhapsody that is now available on Android, Google TV and many other devices has just launched their latest update for Android. Starting today users can stream in style with a brand new, fully redesigned and imagined Android tablet interface. It's not just re-sized for a tablet, it has been full on designed specifically for tablets and looks great.
CyanogenMod 9, the Ice Cream Sandwich release, with the customized Trebuchet launcher app. But that's certainly not the only thing Steve Kondik and his army of coders is cooking up. The new ROM will have a brand-new Music player app, with a considerable amount of extra functionality.
an awesome sale for the holiday season, wherein hundreds of thousands of albums and individual tracks were priced at half off. Though the promotion was marked as a limited time offer when it began in mid-December. Hark, but Christmas has come and gone, and the sale doesn't seem to be going anywhere. What are you waiting for? Go buy music now, because it isn't any cheaper anywhere else, and it might not be so for long.
great music deals in since its initial launch, and now they're offering one of the largest yet: Over half a million albums for $4.99 and over teem million tracks for 49¢. The music includes latest chart toppers from LMFAO to older legendary hits from Stevie Wonder. However, you won't find Sony albums or artist hub tracks in the sale.
10¢ app sale must have been a pretty great success because they've now announced that Google Music will be getting a similar treatment for the holiday season. Available right now Google is offering 100 of their top holiday songs all for just 25¢ each to get everyone in the holiday spirit. Buy some songs, stream them with your Android and enjoy some hot cocoa this Christmas season.