During Tuesday’s session of the 2011 Google IO Developers Conference, Google announced their Music beta.

Google Music is a new service that connects your music to the cloud. It allows you to listen to your music anywhere and keep everything in sync automatically – no cables, no files!

Here’s how it works:

First, request an invitation here. Once you’re accepted into the beta, upload your music collection to Google Music. Once loaded into Google Music, you can listen to your music online, from an Android device with the Google Music app (available on Android Market), and offline. Your music is always available with Google Music and playlists are automatically kept in sync. The idea behind Google Music is simple: Spend more time listening to your music and less time managing it.

Give it a try and let us know what you think!

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