Tag: music

PSA: Google Music only lets you deauthorize up to 4 devices per year

If you're a Google Music user who likes to flash custom ROMS on your Android device, you might want to be careful the next time you deauthorize a device from your Google Music account. According to new reports, Google now only allows a maximum of 4 devices to be deauthorized each year. Some users on XDA Developers ...

Deal: Last day to buy $5 albums and $0.49 songs on Google Music

Today is the last day that you can purchase albums for as low as $5 and individual songs for as low as $0.49 on Google Music. The promotion has been going on for a little bit now. If you haven't taken advantage of this great deal, head over to http://market.android.com/music or the music section in the Android ...

Google Music app for Google TV now available

After making all those announcements about Google Music and releasing an updated app for Android phones and tablets, you didn't think that Google was going to forget about Google TV now, did you? Today, they're happy to announce that Google Music is now available on your TV, via Google TV 2.0 and the Android ...

Updated Google Music app now available in the Android Market

Earlier today, Google opened up Google Music for everyone and also added the ability to purchase songs directly from your phone or from the Android Market website. Although the updated version of the Android Market that allows you to buy songs isn't available to everyone one yet, an updated version of the Google ...

More signs of a Google Music store emerge

If you need more proof that Google is getting ready to make music purchases a reality in the Android Market, then take a look at the above screen shot. This is what appeared on users phones when they visited music.google.com from their phones. As you clearly see, option two is all about buying music directly from ...

Google working on MP3 store that will integrate with Google Music Beta

According to the New York Times, Google is working on an MP3 store that will compete with Apple and Amazon's offerings. According to sources, Google would like to open the store in the next few weeks, hopefully before Apple's iTunes Match cloud music service launches. If this news is true, there is a ...

Sony Ericsson introduces the Live with Walkman Android phone

If you thought the Walkman was dead, you better think again. Sony Ericsson today announced their newest phone, the Live with Walkman (Seriously, Sony, couldn't think of another name?). The Live with Walking Android phone is similar to the Xperia mini, except that it has a larger screen and is focused more on ...

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 ...

mSpot now offers 5GB of free storage to all

In an effort to keep up with Amazon's new cloud storage service and MP3 streaming service, mSpot, a company that offers online storage and streaming solutions, has increased their free online storage quota to 5GB. mSpot has been available in the Android Market since June of 2010 and has over 1 million downloads. ...

Amazon Cloud is Here: Play your Music on your PC and Android Phone

Wow, Amazon has pulled a fast one on us! They have just released their new and very own music streaming service along with Amazon Cloud which is a hard drive in the cloud where users can store whatever they want from music, pictures, videos and documents on secure servers and is accessible wherever you can find a ...

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