Google Music is finally out of beta, and free to all (if you live in the U.S.)! The announcement event has wrapped up, and in case you missed our live coverage, we’ve still got you covered with a brief video recap of everything that was announced today.
In short, you can take your music with you just about anywhere you want, and you can store up to 20,000 songs, so it should be pretty difficult for you to run out of tunes to listen to while on the go. Have you downloaded a new song you think your friends would love? Share it out and your followers on Google Plus can listen to it once for free. Have your own band and you want to sell your music on the service? You can do that as well, and you’ll keep 70 percent of every transaction.
It sounds like a pretty good service thus far, so get out there and give it a try!