Google Music launches in US
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.
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?”.