Google Play Music is now available on iOS. The app, which first launched on Android in May , lets you store up to 20,000 songs from your personal music collection for free online, and listen to your music from all your devices without synching. It would be perfect for those who, for instance, use an Android phone but also have an iPad, and want access to their music collection across devices. You can listen to your music without ads, and save your favorites for offline playback when you don’t have an Internet connection.
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Super Bowl, Grammys still music’s top promotional venues: Billboard
Billboard compiled the “Maximum Exposure” list by polling industry experts on media, marketing and promotion, and which venues are able to produce the most sales and public exposure. Pop singer Beyonce used this year’s Super Bowl as part of her carefully crafted comeback after giving birth to her first child in January 2012. Singer Bruno Mars will headline this year’s halftime show.
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Google Play Music arrives for iOS
CNET Update changes its tune: Google Play Music arrives for iOS In this episode of Update: – Crank up Google Play Music on the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Google’s streaming music service launched for Android over the summer, but the iOS version was delayed by months. The app stores 20,000 songs for free online and has custom radio stations, but paying $10 a month gives you access to a library of millions of songs to play on demand. – Learn how the FCC is pushing carriers to unlock phones when a customer’s contract is fulfilled. – Check out the Lumia 2520 , Nokia’s first Windows 8 tablet.
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