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Google Acquires Mobile Music Sync App Pushlife [Video Demo]

image from Over the weekend news leaked that Google had purchased Canadian mobile music startup Pushlife for a rumored 25 million. Pushlife had developed an iTunes-like system that allows users to sync between iTunes and Windows Mobile as easily as Apple's family of devices can. The company had Android and Blackberry versions available, but there is peculation that Blackberry support will be dropped after the acquisition is complete. Watch A Pushlife video demo:

Google has confirmed the acquisition and in a blog post Pushlife staff said they'd be joining Google's Canadian team and bring their expertise along with them.  It's all part of Google's broader push into music which launch this quarter.

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  1. Sounds like they are serious about getting into the music side of things. This certainly proves that that’s what they are interested in doing. Well they have a store like iTunes? I’m not sure if I’m dropping iTunes anytime soon but who knows!

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