Google's Music Beta may only be three months old, but the search giant made another foray into the music world today, launching Magnifier. The new music discovery site goes a little bit further than just letting you listen to music by featuring videos of live performances, interviews with artists, explorations of different musical genres and free songs that you can tack on to your Music Beta catalogue.
Perhaps feeling the heat from Music Beta by Google and the forthcoming iTunes Match after being first out of the gate earlier this year, Amazon has reworked their Cloud Player and Cloud Drive initiative to give users with 20GB or more of paid storage a free upgrade to unlimited space -- at least for a while.
Now that Apple has finally played its hand with iCloud at this year’s WWDC keynote, we’ve finally seen the best and brightest of what the major players plan to bring to their streaming music services. One of them, Music Beta by Google, is still an intriguing option -- one you get past the hours of uploading necessary to enjoy it in the first place.