Here is yet another screenshot of Google’s very own Music Download Store that might just confirm that such a virtual store is already on its way to the market, and will most probably be up within the next couple of weeks. To put it in a nutshell, folks who want to access music.google.com directly from their Android phones will be met by the screen that you see on the right, where the Google Music Beta Android app will be advertised among others. It does seem as though this page is not static as Google is most likely working on it even as you read this, where the “Learn more” link did not work earlier, although it now redirects one to this page. Apart from that, the “Shop millions of songs in Android Market” link is still inactive, but the source code points toward https://market.android.com/music.
When you click on the “Get Android App” link, it will redirect you to the Google Music Beta app that is currently in a limited free trial phase, and you are still unable to purchase music from within the Android Market. We do hope to see it hit live sooner rather than later though – how about you?
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