The rumored GoogleMusic search is going live. With the Google Music search features you can search and more easily discover millions of songs, all via a simple Google web search.
When you enter a music-related query — like the name of a song, artist or album — your search results will include links to an audio preview of those songs provided by their music search partners MySpace (which just acquired iLike) or Lala. When you click the result you'll be able to listen to an audio preview of the song directly from one of those partners.
Google Music search also partnered with Pandora, imeem and Rhapsody to include links to their sites where you can discover music related to your queries as well.
Additionally you can also search with parts of the lyrics to find the corresponding song.
Overall this sounds like a nice feature, on the other hand where is the direct option to buy songs? After you have found the song you need to go to iTunes or other shops to get it.
Google Music search is rolled out gradually to users across the U.S. today. See the video below for a demonstration.
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