Go to music.google.com. You will be presented to a link to the Android Market where you can “get songs from your favorite artists in Android Market, including hundreds of free tracks.” Tapping on the link will take you to https://market.android.com/music. Do you see the link on the top of the page that says “Get Android App?” Tap it; it’ll take you to the Google Music Beta app. Well, here we come. Here you can listen to several trials, but it won’t let you purchase tunes from the Android Market. However, this is what we call “blow to iTunes.”
Once the service is available, users can store up to 20,000 songs for free and access them from any Android-powered device running Froyo or higher. It will allow people to create their own playlists and enjoy them even offline.
Unfortunately, it’s currently available only in the U.S. and requires Flash. So if you want to start collecting your favorite music, several songs are available for free. I recommend that you check it out and let us know you like it or not.