We could say that this service works as hard disk on-line, which through our Google account can upload songs that you have stored on your computer or mobile phone to the Google servers. Once they are on the network, we will be able to play at all of our devices wherever we go. It is as a virtual hard disk.
System works through a web application, so it will run on our web browser without installing anything on your computer. On mobile devices is only available for those who run under Android operating system.
The application lets you create playlists, share songs, as well as mixed together as would “a deejay,” among other functions.
As a service still in Beta there is no information whether it will be paid or not, so for now it works free of charge by invitation and we can upload a maximum of 20,000 songs to the network.
As a service still in beta (beta) there is no information whether it will pay or not, so for now it works free of charge by invitation and we can upload a maximum of 20,000 songs to our space on the Web.
Here’s a video explaining how it works:
More info | Music Beta Google
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