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Move Over, iTunes! Google Launching Its Music Store TOMORROW!!!

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Exciting!

For a while now, Google had been teasing plans for a music store, and now it's finally happening!

Google's music store will open tomorrow, and the company is VERY close to signing a major deal with Universal Music Group! Awesome!

Thus far, Google's already made deals with EMI Group, and independent music organization Merlin Network, which is the fifth-largest music label in the world!

No word yet on whether Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group are onboard with Google's new service, but we suppose we'll find out more tomorrow.

Sounds like Google will 100% definitely be opening their store on Wednesday whether or not they've secured deals with all the major labels!

Stay tuned….

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9 comments to “Move Over, iTunes! Google Launching Its Music Store TOMORROW!!!”



  1. 1

    what's the difference between this and iTunes? I doubt its any cheaper so whats the big deal



  2. 2

    I really don't think anyone will switch over.



  3. 3

    I think ill stick with Itunes. Although i would switch if its going to be cheaper.



  4. 4

    its not gonna work well for them unless theyll have an ipod like device

    most ppl dont need songs in their computer they need it on their ipod
    and itunes is the only fastest place to buy and transfer the song into the ipod fast



  5. 5

    Zune pass or Spotify is way better.



  6. 6

    meh.. i'll stick with itunes! :)



  7. 7

    I'm sure it will be as exciting at the google search engine and the people that work at google. They don't even have some of the major labels signed. Is this news, maybe it would have been in 2006.



  8. 8

    Yeah, this will be as successful as google plus. Many have tried and all have failed!



  9. 9

    Ha! NO,thanks but I'll stick with iTunes. :)