Google Play music arrives in Europe

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 | 4:40 PM

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Music lovers rejoice! There’s now an even easier way to manage and listen to your music. Today music on Google Play is live in the UK, Germany, France, Spain and Italy.

Google Play lets you store 20,000 songs from your existing music collection in a personal library in the cloud, so you can access it from all your devices. In addition, our new matching feature streamlines the process of uploading your music, so it will be added to your library even more quickly. Both of these we offer free of charge.

You can also buy new music from your favourite artists and build out your collection. We’ll automatically sync your entire music library—both purchases and uploads— so you can listen across all your devices. No need to worry about cables, file transfers or running out of storage space. Even listen when you’re offline - simply “pin” the playlists and albums you want and they’ll be available on your Android device. And for any song you’ve purchased on Google Play, you can share a free full listen with your friends on Google+.



We’ve partnered with all the major record labels and thousands of indie labels to sell their music in Google Play. And if you’re a talented, unsigned or independent musician looking for your big break, check out the Google Play artist hub, a great way to sell your music directly to fans.

Check out Google Play today. It will be music to your ears.

3 comments:

juno fornow said...

Belgium?

Ottotriin said...

Estonia?

Jan Ingolf Kleppe said...

Norway? #googletjenesternå