Google Music

ICS tablet interface shows up in Android Market screenshots

By now you've probably been inundated with screenshots and hands-on photos of Ice Cream Sandwich on the Galaxy Nexus. (This is a good time to mention that we have screenshots and 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.

Android Market now showing Google Music, no update needed

Google Music support and purchases was 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 gives indie artists a direct sales platform with Music Hub

Music labels are so 20th century. As a company that's thrived in the 21st, Google understands that, and if Google Music is any indication, they're embracing it. 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.

Google Music App v4.0 now in Android Market, free streaming for all

Well folks, its now official and all the details are 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.

PSA: Google Music announcement up next

This is just a friendly and courteous reminder that Google is about to start their "These Go to Eleven" press event that surely will be all about the new Google Music service and or store for Android devices. It officially starts at 2:00 PM PT (so in a matter of minutes) and we'll have all the details and information as it comes in.

T-Mobile joins the Google Music Event Wednesday, Live music and more

We've just learned that a few invites are going around to join what appears to be an after-party of the Google Music event set for Wednesday. As if the title "These Go to Eleven" from Spinal Tap didn't give anything away, the invite from T-Mobile does. Mentioning live performances from Drake, Maroon 5, Busta Rhymes and more. If you weren't convinced this was a musical event, you should be now.
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