Monday, September 12, 2011

Music service Google start to work on the iPhone and iPad.


       Google has opened access to a music service "Music Beta" for owners of mobile devices running with iOS. Google announced this in its microblog.

       Unlike the devices on Android, which have a separate service Music Beta, now iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch will be able to interact with the music service through a browser interface of Google Safari. Are there any plans to release a separate application for iOS? The company did not specify.

       In a browser, users can play music and view lists of tracks, albums and performers, reported TechCrunch. Playback continues even if you close Safari.

      Google introduced own music service  in May at a conference of developers I/O. Until September you could work with Music Beta only with PC and mobile devices based on Android. As the name implies, Music Beta works in beta versions, access to the service performed by invitation and only to the United States.

     Music Beta users can upload to servers of Google up to 20 thousand tracks from their personal collection. Listen to these tracks can be streamed to other computers and mobile devices. Unlike Apple, which has received  rights  from the music labels to launch services iCloud and iTunes Match, Google has not entered into agreements with the agents of music industry to launch Music Beta.

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