Saturday 20 August 2011

Google introduces Magnifier, music discovery service for Music Beta.

Google’s Music Beta which launched three months back is still tied to the US only and today, Google has dropped another service called Magnifier which works in tandem with Music Beta, allowing you to discover new music and add many free songs to your Music Beta collection. This new site gives registered users access to new songs, videos of live performances and even gives you free songs of the featured artist of that particular day. Just like Music Beta, this service is only available to people in the US for now.

If you already have Music Beta installed on your Android phone, then simply head over to ‘Magnifier’ and hit ‘Add free music’. The new service also has a ‘Song of the day’ section which lets you add a different song every day to your collection. Magnifier also picks an artist of the week which is featured in the section ‘Antenna’. Every week, a new artist is chosen and you get to download one song for free and add it to your library. Google’s Music Beta service was launched as a competitor to Amazon’s Cloud Player service. Music Beta lets you upload up to 20,000 songs and listen to them on any computer or Android phone.

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