Google Music Start Broadcasting

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Competition between Google and Apple be more open after the launch of Google Music as a service of digital music sales. This new service will be a competitor, good for Apple's iTunes and similar services from Amazon.

Online music sales service by Google that opened on Wednesday (11/16/2011) or eight years after Apple released its iTunes service.

"Today we announce, you can buy millions of songs from the Android Market," said Google Product Manager Paul Joyce in a press conference in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

For a while, this new service available free in the United States. Digital songs can be enjoyed through the Android Market, Android-based phones, while applying the service for Android tablet PCs will soon be opened. Android users also have the opportunity to upload songs from your Android device.

This service was established in cooperation with Google's top three music labels, namely Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group and EMI Music. Google will provide 8 million songs from all three music industry and will membanderolnya a price of 99 cents to 1.29 dollars for each song downloaded.

"Working closely with Google in the sale of our songs is a breakthrough. We hope this will be a source of new revenue for our artists," said Robert Wells as President of Global Digital Business at Universal Music.


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