Google officially unveiled it's Google Music Beta service this morning. The cloud based service is launching today for those select few at Google I/O and those receiving invites to the beta. And, of course, as with any other Google product launch, there's a nice little video to go with that launch. The Google Music team just uploaded a video that recaps this afternoon's announcement.
Unfortunately, the service rivaling Amazon's Cloud Player, is only available to US customers at this time. Hopefully Google will soon expand the service to more markets once the music service takes off. So, what do you guys think of it so far?
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