Google Music Page Goes Live; Available Only In The U.S.
By on May 10th, 2011

Google I/O is going to kick-start in just half an hour from now, and the Google Music page is already live!

It was very well known that Google will be launching Google Music’, a cloud based music storage and player for all Android Gingerbread based phones and Honeycomb based tablets. As with any Google product, the service is in Beta right now.

Also, the service is in Invite only mode for now. So, readers interested in Google Music need to request for an invitation first. The Google Music page also states that the service is free only for a limited time.

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However, the biggest issue with Google Music is that it is only available to the people living in the United States. I seriously did not expect this from Google. There is a world outside the United States, and they also deserve their share of cloud based music player.

The Google Music is the second cloud based music player to pop-up on the Internet, after Amazon unveiled its cloud based music player a couple of months ago.

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  • Jasnz

    Have to say, i’m tired of Google offering services that are US only. Still waiting on Google Voice being offered outside the US and it’s what, a two year old service now?

  • Davud

    I actually don’t live in the US; I requested an invite and I got one. Works fine for me. And I keep inviting non-US friends

 
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