Not wanting to lose from the Amazon, the internet giant Google also indicated will release cloud-based music applications in the near future. A cloud-music service applications are reported to appear in the Android Market developer version. Although not yet live, many people believe that applications will soon be introduced.
Digital music specialist sites Music Ally claimed, there were a number of people who use that application. "They assess the applications was very impressive and has a more feature rich than the Amazon cloud-music service today," wrote Music Ally. Last week, Amazon, Google and Apple surprise by launching a music service cloud, Cloud Player, which lets users store their entire music collection online and access them from various devices.
The application of music very similar to Google's Android Music Player that already exist today. Appearance of this application is similar to the Android Music Player. While setting the menu has been enriched with a variety of streaming options. Android Market itself is also little changed, where the developer version includes a number of surprises like the camera application and a new desk clock.