Lid is lifted on plans for Google's music service

News: 17th September 2010 by Louise Dodgson under

A few tantalising bits of information have been unearthed regarding Google's forthcoming music service. Could this be the first time that the competition for iTunes throne heats up?

Not only will the service provide a subscription-based download store, there will be cloud 'locker' storage allowing you to access music you have purchased via the internet and stream or download it. Of course the web leader will also have a online music player and a mobile app available. All sounds very exciting!

The price currently being discussed is $25 per year for storing music in Google's cloud-based locker. See the links below to get the full lowdown. All we want to know now is when will it be arriving?!

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