Move over, iTunes, there may be a new kid in town in the form of Google Music. The internet search giant will reportedly link its music service to its upcoming Android ‘Honeycomb’ mobile operating system, said a report in The Guardian.
“If you look at Google Mobile services (via Android) today, there’s a video service, there’s a music service – that is, there will be a music service,” Jha said, according to the report.
In September, Billboard reported a music service from Google could include a digital download service coupled with an online storage locker, so users could store songs locally or keep them all in the cloud. The locker aspect could require a subscription fee.