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Google Music launches in US

November 19, 2011 at 5:27 by Tim Comments

Google Music has just launched, but unfortunately only into the cloud above US territory. The service can host up to 20,000 of your songs for free and – similar to other music stores like iTunes – lets you discover and purchase new tracks. This snazzy micro site explains Google Music’s features.

B-Reel, responsible for the Google Music Tour, managed to cleverly combine embedded audio with dynamic, audio-reactive animations.

Click yourself through the chapters and get squiggly with it.

The service itself isn’t a world of surprise, as experts have noticed. It will be interesting to see how Google’s Search and +1 capabilities will turn Google Music into a very personal music discovery as well as hosting service.

B-Reel’s CEO Andrew Wahlquist can be seen in Fast Company’s nice interview series “Who’s Next?”.

Agency: B-Reel

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