Google Working on Digital Music Store

Google Music
Google Music
Google Music

Google is working on its own music-download store that will have integration with the social network Google+. Similarly to iTunes and Amazon, users can download MP3s for around 99 cents. Unlike those services, Google hasn’t secured deals with all four major record labels. Read the full article at

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