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Google Plans To Offer Music Service


With Android phones getting immensely popular, it is no wonder the search engine giant is intending to roll out their web music service, which could be available by end of this year. This means Android phone users may be able to download music to their mobiles conveniently, like the other competition on the market today.

According to online sources, Google is intending to launch their music service, which may be tied to their search engine, by this year. And the search engine giant could implement an online subscription service next year.

With the growing popularity of Android smartphones, the music service could benefit these consumers, especially when the other makers such as Apple and Nokia are already having such music download service for their consumers. However, there isn’t any news as to whether Google has managed to secure any deals with record companies yet.

Source: Wall Street Journal

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