Google Music app now available with Android Market integration
I had to take a few minutes to catch my breath after today’s announcement about the new Google Music Store. What a load of goodies they dropped on us, eh? Apparently, my phone doesn’t like me much though, because I haven’t been able to get the updated Music app that was promised to be available “shortly after the press conference” until just now; though, I did hear reports from several friends that they had theirs for a while, so it could have just been me, or it may have taken time to actually spread to my phone. At any rate, the new version is now available, bringing us up to 4.0.9.
Please note, if you had any of the previously leaked versions, you’ll need to uninstall them before downloading the official app. That being said, hit the break for a look at what’s new and a link to get you going.
What’s New in Google Music?
- Google Music is now out of beta and is open to all users without an invitation. Upload up to 20,000 songs from your personal music collection to Google Music and listen instantly on all your devices.
- Seamless integration with the Android Market music store. All your purchases automatically appear in the Google Music app.