Right after the announcement of the Google Music Store, Google has gone ahead and released the upgraded Google Music app with version no. 4.0.9 and it is available to download from the Android Market right now. The app now leaves the beta stage and the users can ready to use it and share. It has been available being in an “Invite only” beta for over 6 months. The updated app now integrates with the new Google Music-enabled Market and it features a brand new Ice Cream Sandwich OS-like UI. The app offers users the ability to upload and store up to 20,000 songs on to Google’s secure servers.
The changelog of the updated app is as follows
1. Google Music is now out of beta and is open to all users without an invitation. Upload up to 20,000 songs from your personal music collection to Google Music and listen instantly on all your devices.
2. Seamless integration with the Android Market music store. All your purchases automatically appear in the Google Music app.
Download the Google Music 4.0.9 app from the Android Market for free or else you can go through the following link to grab it.
Market Link: Google Music 4.0.9 App.
If you are running the leaked version of the Google Music app (v4.0.1), you need to uninstall it in order to install the updated and much improved Music app 4.0.9.
For non-U.S. users can download the Google Music app from the following links.
Download Link 1.
Download Link 2.
Source: Android Market