Tagged: Google Music
hinted that on November 17, Android 4.0 source code would likely hit the net. Fortunately, they were wrong again - as Google leaked it to the public later that same day!
Google Music presentation are already available to all Android users in the US, and now they're rolling out to Google TV as well. Both the Android Market and Google's official Music app have been updated, allowing purchasing, streaming and sharing of individual tracks and albums through Google TV. The additional functionality should help Google TV to further compete with Apple TV, even if both are somewhat lacking in the product name department.
hands-on photos of Ice Cream Sandwich on the Galaxy Nexus.) But one thing that's currently missing is a good look at Ice Cream Sandwich's tablet interface. Well, it looks like Google just couldn't wait for an ICS update and started playing around on their own - screenshots of the tablet interface can be found on the Android Market listing for Google Music.
just announced at the "These Go to Eleven" event by Google yesterday. As I'm sure many of you already are well aware of. Many of us scrambled to test the new goodies and updated to the Google Music v4.0 app but that is just the music player. We can now search, preview, and buy music right from our Android phone but I'm sure many are wondering how since it's still not available in the market. Apparently it is rolling out in stages because a few of us have full access, while most don't.
Google Music, but can't stand the thought of waiting a few days to get your mobile MP3 on? The fire up your Google+ app and hit up a friend for some recommendations. If you follow Google Music link from within the Google+ app, you can purchase music directly from the Android Market - no PC required.
The new Artist Hub allows anyone to post their music to Google Music and the Android Market for free, with a host of tools for managing and sharing content. All together, it makes Google Music and Android a pretty amazing platform for indie artists to share and expand.
right here. Google Music Beta has left the building and will now just be called -- take a guess -- Google Music. It has left beta but the big news here is it will actually be free for everyone and users can store and stream up to 20,000 high quality 320 kbps audio files with Google Music -- completely for free.
Google's new Music endeavor is certainly exciting, and not just because it's yet another digital music store. Google is the first company to offer a free preview of your purchased music to your contacts on Google+. Your friends can listen to one full play of any song or album you purchase.
going on now, Google has just announced that over 200 million android devices have been activated a globally. A number that has doubled in the past 6 months. Whoa, that is a pretty large number that appears to be growing by the thousands every single day.