Friday, September 17, 2010
Over the past few months Google Music has been leaking more and more information about how their new music database will work. Unlike iTunes and others who store music, Google has said that their program will create what is called a Storage (Cloud) Locker which can be accessed from ANYWHERE and not just by logging onto a computer.
This is a very good look for those who want to listen to their music but are not at their computer. You could log, access your cloud locker, and download or stream any music you have uploaded.
However, this feature is not free, so far it's said to start of a cost of $25 per year. More details on this can be found by checking out CNN: Wired website.