Google introduced Google Music to the public at its Android event in Los Angeles Wednesday afternoon. The service originally launched at Google I/O in May as Google Music Beta. It launches as a complete suite of music services — including a Music Store —.
Google Music is Google’s attempt to take on iTunes and Amazon in the music store and cloud music storage space. Like iTunes Match and Amazon Cloud Player, Google Music lets users store their purchases and upload other files to the cloud.
The tech giant also announced a new web version of its music player that is compatible with all browsers, including iOS.
Listening to Loaded! Tonight? - 7PM - 10PM EST
Here’s what’s going on:
7:45PM - Rachelle McCann from the University of Toronto talks about Quidditch. FYI The Quidditch World Cup is taking place right now in New York.
Check the 2011 promo video here:
Expect to hear reworks of - Radiohead, Boys Noize, AWOLNATION & Tyler, The Creator + new music from Teen Daze, Keys N Krates and CFCF.