Last week, Google sent out invitations for an event on November 16th with the tagline ‘These Go To Eleven’. There is a strong possibility that Google will finally unveil the Google Music store at this event.
Now, the folks over at TechnoDroidVe somehow managed to get access to the upcoming music store from the big G, and have posted some screenshots for us to see. From the screenshots, it looks like the average selling price of a single song is going to be anywhere from $0.99 to $1.99, while full albums will cost anywhere around $8.99 to $9.99.
According to the screenshots, it looks like the Google Music store will also have a ‘Free Song of the Day’ feature like the Amazone AppStore. This will be the first time any music store will having a free song of the day feature.
Hopefully, unlike all other services unveiled by Google in the last year or so, the Google Music store will not be a U.S. only exclusive. Google, and many other companies need to realize that the world does not start and end with the United States. There are millions of people living outside the United States as well.