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Check out Magnifier, the Google Music Beta blog

Want to get new music added to your Google Music cloud without for free? Then you should check out Magnifier, the new blog by Google Music. The goal of the new blog, by Google Music, is to help you discover great new music, every day. The blog will allow you to instantly add music featured on it to your Google Music library, free of charge. They will showcase new songs, new artists, interviews, and more. It looks like the site has been up for about a week now, but, so it’s still pretty fresh.

Head over to Magnifier and discover new music today. Remember, adding songs to your library is free, so go ahead and discover some great new tracks.

Discover new music at Magnifier.Blogspot.com

Source: Magnifier, via Phandroid

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Current users can now send Google Music invites

If you are a current Google Music user and would like to send invites to your loved ones, it is finally available. You only allowed to send two invites for now. To do so, head to the orange bar, under the “Music Beta by Google” logo, and click on “Invite a Friend.” You will get a pop-up window asking you to enter your email address and then just click on “Send Invite.” That’s all you have to do!

PS: I have two invites to give out if anyone needs them.

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Google Music Manager is now available for Linux

Linux junkies, you can now upload your music to the cloud without resorting to all types of complicated maneuvers. The Google Music Manager is now available for Linux. The pre-packaged binaries can be download in either .rpm or .deb formats, which are ready to be installed on many Linux systems. These packages can be compared to .exe files on Windows and .dmg files on MAC OS. To get Google Music Manager on your Linux PC, simply head over to music.google.com. Once you’re there, click the “add music” link and download the client.

Source: Google Music Help via AC

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Google starts sending Music Beta invites to Verizon Motorola Xoom owners

Google has started the invitation process for their new Music service, Music Beta. The invitations are first being sent to Verizon Motorola Xoom owners. In the future, others who requested an invite for the music storage/streaming service will eventually get access to it. I’m a Verizon Motorola Xoom owner and at the time of this post, I have yet to receive an invite. Some people have reported receiving their invite a couple days after the service was announced at Google I/O last week.

In case you don’t know, Music Beta is Google’s music storage and streaming service. It is a direct competitor to Amazon’s Cloud Drive/Cloud Player service that launched earlier this year. You basically upload your music collection to Google’s servers and have access to your music anytime, anywhere. No more worrying about running out of storage, copying files, etc. Once uploaded, your music is accessible from any of your Android-powered devices or online at music.google.com.

If you’re a Motorola Xoom owner or have requested an invite, have you been granted access to the service yet? If you haven’t requested an invitation, you can do so by visiting music.google.com



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Video: Google Music Overview

Google has just made this video about their new Google Music service to give you a little insight about how it will work. You can got to the Android Market and get the app or you can sign up at music.google.com to request and invitation. You can now listen to your music on-the-go through your Android device.

Google Music will only available for folks in the US at this time which has made a lot of unhappy people outside the country. Let’s hope that Google will expand this awesome service to the rest of the world in the near future. Will you be ditching Amazon’s cloud player?


Download Google Music at the Android Market

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Google Music website and app are a go

We just reported that Google will unveil their new cloud music service. Well, as soon as the the conference started so did the Google Music website. If you have a Xoom, you will get and invite if not head to music.google.com and sign up to get an invite.

Update: Google Music app just launched as well in the Android market. Go get yours!


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