A Google Music event taking place in a couple of days and while we don’t know exactly what Google is going to announce, it looks like the Google Music Store is going to be one of the items on the agenda. Some folks over at TechnoDroidVE have managed to gain access to the Google Music Store (which looks like part of the Android Market app) and shared with the world what they discovered about it.
The Store isn’t functional (songs can’t be purchased or downloaded yet), but there are some nice features like music recommendations for similar artists to those that you’ve searched for or purchased from, as well as a “Free Song of the Day” feture, which we can only assume that Google will be giving away a free song daily. Check out more screenshots of the Google Music Store here. It looks like the app is almost complete and should be done by the time it launches. Anybody looking forward to the Google Music Store?
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