Rumors of Google launching a music service have been going around for some time now, and considering that Google and Apple have been competing against each other more often than not nowadays, it shouldn’t be too surprising to get wind that Google could be gearing up to launch a music service that would offer song downloads and streaming music as early as this fall. Let’s not forget that a recent “Google Music” logo was discovered, before being removed, and Google made it quite obvious that it was planning to offer users who used Android-powered phones a better music experience. The hints certainly do seem to point towards Google launching its own music service, and we are looking forward to see if it does manage to mount a successful challenge against Apple’s popular iTunes. Do you think Google will be able to successfully pull it off?
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