Google announced today at the Google I / O developer conference the launch of its long-awaited online music platform, Google Music Beta.
With the new service, users can make their music collections available on the Mountain View giant's servers and easily share between computers, Android phones and tablets.
And as with other company services, any changes to Google Music are automatically synchronized across all devices.
"Playlists are automatically kept in sync, and you don't have to worry about cables, file transfers, or running out of storage space," explains Google.
Android users, who have a Google Music app available on the Android Market, they can also listen to their music offline.
?The music you heard recently will automatically be available offline. You can also select specific content on albums, artists and playlists that you want to have available when you are not connected ?.
Google Music Beta is only available in the United States and users must request an invitation to access the platform.