Google Music Beta
For USA Based Users
(and others possibly by proxy)
In addition to all of the work going into the Google+ social network launch, Google has been working on a number of other services including the new Google Music (beta) service.
While currently it’s only available in the States (due to legality issues yet) many international members have managed to get Music accounts using a proxy server.
Google Music is essentially an online music library (works with iTunes and Windows Media Player libraries too) where you can upload your own music (and you will also find a pretty sweet collection of well known free music courtesy of our friends at Google), store up to 20,000 tracks and once the music is in the cloud you can play it from any device with internet access.
To learn more, check out this little tutorial from Brankica on getting started with Google Music.
So I just got my invite for the new Google Music service, which is still in beta and is invite only.
I thought since Google gives every new account 4 invites, that I would give them to my readers!
I assume that these are going to go super fast, but the 1st four people to reply with a comment below, and share their thoughts on any of Google’s new services, with their gmail address, I will be giving you access to Google Music!
You can either leave the comment using your gmail address as the comment email – or – you can write in the text body the part of your gmail address that is before the @symbol. I would NOT type out your full address as that could get you some spam and I’d like to avoid that for you.
I like being able to upload media to it from my PC and then stream it later from my phone (since the memory card on my phone is almost full!)
I am working on adding Google Music to my other accounts, so will try to get some more invites.
Who are going to be the 4 lucky people?
Hurry and request your invite now! And tell me what you think of Google’s projects, platforms and new services!
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