Google is more than glad to announce that the Warner Music Group has agreed to sell its catalog of songs through Google Play.
Google had been struggling for years with getting partnerships from four major Music companies. And now, finally, it has happened. The Google Music store caters to android lovers and competes with Apple iTunes (which is not available for Android-supported operating systems).
With the new Google Music Play store, users can upload, purchase music and listen to their playlist. This is enabled and synchronized by Amazon’s Cloud Player, which is undoubtedly the superior choice for Android users.
Android and Google lovers will now be able to access and enjoy music more freely. Google has also announced that it will proceed with movie sales in Canada, France, United Kingdom, Spain, and Australia on November 13th. Also, music sales will be available to UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain users on the same date.
There is no stopping in apps and play store developments; users keep their eyes open for the latest. It is almost like a gamble to hit refresh buttons on blogs of Google and Apple to get inside scoop on their next move. For many, this is like a game to watch; the competition this cut-throat is being found only in the smartphone industry.