Google’s Cloud-Based Android Music App Leaks Out And Pulls Down

Google Cloud Based Music App Leaked

Amazon has recently launched its own Cloud Music Player. And Google won’t be sitting behind silently. Foks over the Tech From 10 have managed to get a developer version of the Android Market on the Samsung Galaxy S and it lets the user to download the Android Music 3.0 – a pre-release Google Music app for testing. The Google Music app is sporting the Honeycomb style, set for the smaller screens.

The Google Music app will let the users to access the cloud-based music files through Google’s service. The leaked developer version also introduced two new apps – camera and desk lock apps. The settings menu has also have slight changes with versatile streaming-related options. The leaked rendition of the Android Market is unfortunately down at the moment. Back in 2010, an attempt had been made to release Google Music, but deals lacking have made the launch impossible.

Folks over Droid-Life have included download link for the leaked music app that you can get it at the source link mentioned below.

Google Cloud Based Music App Leaked

[Source: Droid-Life, Tech From 10]

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