Google Launches Music Service

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MIO5X009_6B8E_9The Los Angeles Time says one of the announcements out of the Google I/O developer conference today is All Access, a music service like Pandora or Spotify.

The Silicon Valley giant said All Access, a part of its Google Music service, will allow users to combine their music libraries with the millions of songs that Google has obtained rights to.

Users will be able to combine their own library with music from Google’s catalog and listen to selections like they do on Spotify or create radio stations like they do on Pandora.

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The internet search engine firm also announced that 48 billion mobile applications had been downloaded, close to the 49 billion iOS apps and the total number of Android phones that had been activated had reached 900 million.

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