Google Music Store on Android Gingerbread Soon

January 15, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Look what Google is bringing to Android phones. The company is syncing their upcoming Google Music Store with Android Gingerbread! There is no reason to doubt the potential capabilities of Google Music Store in making Android phone users happy and we are pretty sure it will have everything that would pave the way to buy and sync/download music from a PC on to Android phones.

The “Sync Music” option has never been on an Android device. Going by what the guys at GizmoFusion think, Gingerbread will soon be hopping on to that domain. The Google Music Store, if we are not mistaken, could be something akin to Apple’s iTunes.

There is a possibility that not just Gingerbread, but all versions of Android also will get this feature. That means Froyo users can also breathe a sigh of relief,  though Eclair users may still remain a frustrated lot.

Rumors of a Google Music Store have been doing the rounds for a long time, so, we guess, it will only be a matter of time before Google launches one. A music service addition in the Android Marketplace is also an option.

As a build up to this, Google has bought the Simplify Media and has already put its features on Android. Simplify’s software allows users to stream music from their desktops to their phones via a dedicated service.

The software runs on Windows and Mac PCs and works with iTunes, Winamp and Media Player. Since its buyout by Google, the company has removed its iPhone and iPad touch apps from the Apple App Store cementing its exclusivity to Android.

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