Entertainment &Online Video Steven Kippel on 13 Mar 2012

Google Music is now Google Play

Google Music is now Google Play

Last May, Google launched Google Music in beta. Since then, the cloud-based media delivery marketplace has seen a lot of competition, mainly in the forms of Amazon Cloud Drive, Apple iCloud and Spotify.

As a personal anecdote, I’m quite happy I loaded my entire music collection onto Google Music at the time. A couple months ago, my MacBook’s hard drive crashed, so my music collection was saved in the cloud.

And now, Google has added much more to the service and has taken it out of beta. It’s now called Google Play, and provides movies, music, apps, games and books all in one place – and that place is anywhere you are, because Google Play will be available on smartphones, tablets, computers, and more than likely on the newest iteration of Google TV.

Introducing Google Play

And now, instead of just uploading content, Google is now providing content. Movies, Music, Games, Apps and Books.

And keeping with the trends, the content you’re consuming may be shared with friends via social media.

Movies on Google Play

Music on Google Play

Android apps on Google Play

2 Responses to “Google Music is now Google Play”

  1. on 14 Mar 2012 at 6:49 AM 1.Wesley Novack said …

    Yeah, Google Play essentially replaced the Android Market.

  2. on 02 Jul 2012 at 2:30 PM 2.Google claims the living room with Nexus Q device » Blu-ray, HDTV, DVD info at WesleyTech.com said …

    […] your Android smartphone or tablet, not by its own remote or on screen display. It’s tied into Google Play for a completely cloud-based experience. But that’s not the “killer app.” The […]

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