Google’s music service that was launched last week at the Google I/O event is now finally making its way to the public for testing. Beginning this morning, Verizon Xoom owners have started receiving invitations to join the Google Music Beta. There is no word on when other Android users will be receiving their invites, but at the moment it looks like a Verizon exclusive for now.
In case you didn’t know, Google Music Beta is an online storage service that lets you store all your music in the cloud, similar to what Amazon launched recently, though Google doesn’t have the backing of a music store for users to help populate their accounts with music. The service is currently limited to folks living in the US and will work on devices that support Android 2.2 or higher. Anybody started got their invitations yet? If you have, how’s the service so far?
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