Google new arrival 'Scan and Match' Music Service

Google has rationalized its Google Play music service with an I-Tunes Match like song matching service. This means users won't have to pay out hours or days uploading gigabytes of music, as they had to until that time. Google had sold songs at a discount at the start, but that is less so the case now. For example, it was selling the top-ranked Bruno Mars song “Locked out of Heaven'' for $1.29 on Wednesday, the same as I-Tunes, and higher than the 99 cents on Amazon. But its album price was lower at $10.49 versus $10.99 at both I-Tunes and Amazon.

Engrave uploading time for those who want to save their music libraries online. It scans a user's computer and gives them online access to the songs it searches, as long as they match the songs on its servers. Else, it will upload songs to a user's online locker.

According to the NPD Group, Apple accounted for 64% of U.S. music buy online, pursue by Amazon at 16%. Google has no more than 5 percent, as per NPD. Erstwhile services make up the rest.

The genuine "scan and match" attribute declared this week refers to Google's scanning of a user's music collection robotically, and "rebuilding" it in the cloud for free. This feature has been available in Europe since last month but has now been opened to U.S. users as well.

The scan and match feature is not the best part of this news though. The best part of the new service is that it’s totally free to scan and match all of your songs!

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