Google Play Music will be available in Spain from November 13
November 13, 2012: Aim that date on your calendar because from that day we will have Spanish users of the Music service in Mountain View.
Play Google Music will allow us to buy our favorite songs directly on Google Play and store them in free form ‘the cloud’ so you can listen whenever and wherever you want (in any Web browser or Android terminal) as your music library syncs directly with your device, as explained Google in its official blog:
“You can buy your favorite music directly from the Google store Play and store up to 20,000 songs from your personal library in the cloud for free.”
Important: Explain the Mountain View have optimized the process to upload your songs from your device to Google Play, and say that if they see your Android device, for example, you have stored a song that matches your song catalog, for what automatically up to your music library online.
As we see, Google continues to improve its range of entertainment content and services, which stands up to Apple’s iTunes. Good for us, the users, because the way I see this constant competition ends making companies focus on improving its offer to our delight. Keep them well.
Link: Google BlogTags: Google Play Music, Music, purchase, Reproduction, Spain, Storage