Google Music gets you "much closer" to your favorite tracks by allowing you to upload and listen your personal music in the cloud, and keep your music collection in sync whenever, wherever. With Google Music, you can forget the hassle of cables and files.
Why does Google is bringing such online music portal is a question I even asked. Considering that there have been long-standing "cool" music providers out there, Google should bring something unique in this music service in order to stand among the crowd. Thankfully, Google Music comes with really unique and enticing capabilities, which would make it really cool and exciting music experience.
Here's top 4 reasons why you would ever love this music service of Google, and why Google Music is a better way to play your music:
Listen Anywhere, Even Offline.
You can access to your personal music collection at home or on the go. Listen from the web or any web-enabled device with the Music app available from Android Market. Not online? No problem. The songs you've recently played will automatically be available offline. You can also select the specific albums, artists and playlists yo want to have available when you're not connected.
Your Music Collection, Now In One Place.
Upload your personal music collection to a single library, even if it's scattered across multiple computers. You can upload music files from any folder or add your iTunesR library and all of your playlists. And when
you add new music to your computer, it can be automatically added to your music collection online.
Stay In Sync, Without The Hassle.
Spend more time listening to your music and less time managing it. Once your music is online, it's always available. Playlists are automatically kept in sync, and you don't have to worry about cables, file transfers,
or running out of storage space.
Mix It Up.
Create your own custom playlists with just a few clicks. Or use Instant Mix to
automatically build new playlists of songs from your collection that go great together. All the playlists you create and all the changes you make to them are automatically available everywhere your music is.
Google Music (Beta) is a simple demonstration of how Cloud Computing works. Give it a try here.