Google Music launches with access to 13 million tracks on the Android Market


With wirelessly syncing of tracks, on Android devices

Internet search engine giant Google has officially unveiled their Music service, which allows the discovering, purchasing, sharing of digital music from the Android Market.

Google announced the Music service in Beta form at their Google I/O conference in 2010, which offered the ability to upload up to 20,000 songs to a cloud based storage place where you could stream the tracks anywhere.

Google Music is now a new music store in Android Market, fully integrated with the Google Music cloud based service where you can purchase individual songs or entire albums right from your computer or Android device.

The Google Music service will automatically wirelessly sync playlists and the entire music library, both purchases and uploads, across all devices – without the need for cables or the worry of running out of storage space.

The store offers more than 13 million tracks from artists on Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, EMI, and the global independent rights agency Merlin as well as over 1,000 prominent independent labels including Merge Records, Warp Records, Matador Records, XL Recordings and Naxos.

Google Music is now open in the U.S. at, where over the next few days the music store will be rolled out to Android Market on devices running Android 2.2 and above.