Apple, Sony and now Google Reach for the Music Stars – Cloud Music Services

Cloud Music Services

It looks like yet another company is stepping up to the plate regarding the offering of online digital music downloads.

Based on a report from Billboard.com Google will be looking to challenge Apples iTunes online music service in the coming months.  But wait, wasn’t it just 2 short weeks ago that Sony announced at the IFA conference in Berlin that they to will be vying for the coveted spot of digital download supremacy?  Well it’s true.  It looks to me like there will be 3 Players in this game.  Apple, Sony and Google and this should get very interesting.

Based on various reports,  Google has been in contact with a number of music executives regarding setting up a cloud based music service for users to access and download.  This would be a yearly subscription plan with a rate of roughly $25 per year.  The service will allow for  digital devices to easily access the cloud music service and there will an option to sample the music before buying

Stay tuned for more information on this…

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