Today, at Google’s media event they updated Google Music and announced a Google Music Store for Android devices. The Google Music Beta has been extremely popular, and the new features will make them like it even more. In the store you have promotions, staff picks, and more. There are exclusive interviews, for instance one with Coldplay. The Google Music Beta is no longer a beat and is open to the public. Anyone in the US can register with a Google account. For instance when you buy a song from the store you can share it with your friends on Google +. When it shows up on the stream, they can play the entire song, not just a preview. The web-store for buying music is available today, it will becoming to your phone in the upcoming days. For the launch they have over 1,000 record labels on board, like Sony Music and Universal. They already have 8 million songs in the store available today, more will be added over the upcoming months. There will be exclusive songs that are only on Google Music. The artists are the Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Bust Rhymes, Shakira, Pearl Jam, and Dave Matthews Band. It is exclusive and free content. For all of the assuring artists there, Google Music Artist Hub will be your new best friend. It is a way to distribute music via the store. You can even set your on own prices and customize your artist page on the Google Music Store. The Google Music Store is live you can go to it here: https://market.android.com/music . Be sure to check it out, there are some great exclusive tracks available. Check out a photo of the new Google Music Store below. T-Mobile customers will be able to pay for music from the Google Music Store right on their monthly mill. T-Mobile was also the official launch partner for the first Android Phone; The T-Mobile G1. T-Mobile believes that Google Music will transform the energy. T-Mobile will have free exclusive content for its customers from artists like Maroon 5, Busta Rhymes, and Drake. The free music to T-Mobile customers will continue until the end of the year. Google Music is shaping up to be a great service. The music web store is available now and will be available on Android devices later this week. If you buy a song from the store it will appear on your Google + Stream. It will also allow your friends to play the entire song for free. And finally T-Mobile customers will get free and exclusive content until the end of this year. Overall, Google Music is great. Be sure to let us know what you think in the comments below. For more information on Google Music please go to this link: http://music.google.com/about/ .