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Google Leaks Music Store On Android Marketplace

image from 1.bp.blogspot.com(UPDATE 2) Rumors that the Google Music download store is launching in the next week are two are everywhere. Yesterday, the tech bloggers at News On Droid noticed a change on the mobile page of music.google.com. It had a new design and two buttons which are referring to a Google music service. (click in image to enlarge)

One of buttons was  labeled "Shop Android Market" and included this description:

 

"Shop millions of Sons in Android Market

Get songs from your favorite artists in Android Market, including hundreds of free tracks"

Soon Google had removed the references to music, according to News on Droid. The other big "if" for Google Music as if it will launch without all four major labels as we reported earlier this week.

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  1. I really hate to be this guy, but proofreading goes a long way:
    “Shop millions of [SONGS] in…”
    “…removed the references to music, [ACCORDING] to…”
    “The other big ‘if’ for [GOOGLE] Music [IS] if it will launch [WITHOUT] all four…”
    That’s 5 typos in a short article. Sorry, Bruce, but it’s like getting toilet paper stuck to your shoe — it’s more embarrassing if I don’t call you out.

  2. Actually, there’s another typo in your “(UPDATE 2).”
    “Rumors that the Google Music download store is launching in the next week [OR] two are everywhere.”
    Tighten up.

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