Google has been working hard to get a new downloadmusic selling store up and running. The store is said to be a cloud-based store that would allow tunes purchased to be streamed to multiple devices. According to sources that are supposed to be close to the deal, Google is close to an agreement with the largest music publisher in the world, Universal. The deal could be signed as early as tomorrow according to these sources.
That would work out well for Google since it has an event tomorrow for the music service. EMI has already signed up with Google and talks are ongoing with the other two major record labels. Google is also said to be working with labels to get permission to allow Google+ users to share music.
That sharing would be interesting and would allow Google to have a service very much like the Facebook and Spotify deal. We should learn more tomorrow about the deal. No official comments have been offered from Google or the labels.
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