Google Puts In Place Another Piece Of Their Music Puzzle

For the past year we have seen brief glimpses of Google’s efforts to add a music service to Android which most likely will also have a web app for playing music on personal computers. During last year’s Google I/O conference we saw a Music section of the Android Market that frankly, most of us thought we would have seen by now, but haven’t. With the 2011 Google I/O conference less than a month away, it is possible that Google will use the conference to formally launch their music service.

Today we learned that Google has acquired PushLife, which has apps for Android and Blackberry that supports music purchases, streaming music, and the ability to access music on your PC via the cloud. The following video shows a demo of the PushLife Music app running on Android.

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