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Fresh from today's Google Music announcement, the music for purchase is now live in the desktop Android Market. 

The exclusive content, along with the large selection of free music are all there, ready for you to download at your leisure. Please do remember that it is at present only showing up in the US. Hit the source link to start choosing your tunes!

Source: Android Market

 
There are 8 comments

el demon says:

Only in the US? Pah!

balaji906 says:

when are you consider rest of the world google ????

caseyatbt says:

Not Google's fault. Every country has different laws that have to be followed or Google gets sued. Each country takes time to be able to do it legally. Don't forget record labels too. Tons of red tape every where.

moosc says:

Is it on the phone? Or just on the web?

Not a good start, keeps asking me to log in over and over when I try to buy an album.

evil_ash says:

I was comparing out the prices of the albums in iTunes, Amazon, and Google Music. It was interesting to notice that sometimes Google Music was cheaper than iTunes and vise versa. However, Amazon was pretty much always cheaper than both of them. It seems like Amazon is still the way to go when it comes to purchasing music.

iynfynity says:

Yes but Google seems to be releasing some really good exclusive music.

dcigary says:

LOL Steve Jobs book is on the "Featured Books" list as first.

Nice...

Now if I can just convince my company to not block music.google.com I can use this silly service at work...