Google Music Beta live NOW!

Read the first line, then get going and get your invite request in!  Android Police has been staying on top of the url for Google Music, and has reported that the site is now live and taking beta requests.  I can confirm this as I went ahead and requested one just a few seconds ago.  Get out of here and get your invite!

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19 Comments

  1. Nick
    May 10, 15:38 Reply

    what!! US only. majorly disappointed.

  2. Tom D'Roza
    May 10, 15:39 Reply

    We’re sorry. Music Beta is currently only available in the United States

    :-(

  3. Wombo1
    May 10, 15:40 Reply

    Thats crap, US only again. Seriously nearly all the streaming services are US only.

  4. Wombo1
    May 10, 15:40 Reply

    Thats crap, US only again. Seriously nearly all the streaming services are US only.

    • Kurtis Whittington
      May 10, 15:46 Reply

      What about Spotify? Can’t _legally_ use it in the US. The problem is that they have to secure approvals and agreements from a bunch of music companies. Especially if they want to do discovery, auto-playlists, suggestions, and music sampling. Their agreements are currently only good in the US/NorthAmerica. So, once they garner agreements in other zones (Euro, Japan, China, etc), then they will probably expand.

  5. Anonymous
    May 10, 15:42 Reply

    US ONLY!?!?!?
    Sirprised?
    NO!!
    Why??
    Becaurse its as usual!!
    Google, im disappointed!!

  6. zezol
    May 10, 15:42 Reply

    “We’re sorry. Music Beta is currently only available in the United States”
    Google FAIL !! ;[

  7. Rene
    May 10, 15:44 Reply

    We’re sorry. Music Beta is currently only available in the United States

  8. Anonymous
    May 10, 16:23 Reply

    Just signed up for the Beta. Hopefully I will get it soon!

  9. Peter
    May 10, 16:31 Reply

    nice, gotta try this out :)

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    just try it through a proxy or a VPN :) hotspotshield comes to mind…

  10. Anonymous
    May 10, 20:36 Reply

    To all the non Americans whining about it being US only, don’t blame Google, blame your Countries with their convoluted policies and rules that Google doesn’t feel like dealing with at the moment, same BS problem why some can’t get paid apps in their Countries

    • Haris
      May 25, 20:12 Reply

      What a disappointment, we live in Europe with our “convoluted policies and rules that Google doesn’t feel like dealing with at the moment”

  11. Anonymous
    May 10, 20:36 Reply

    To all the non Americans whining about it being US only, don’t blame Google, blame your Countries with their convoluted policies and rules that Google doesn’t feel like dealing with at the moment, same BS problem why some can’t get paid apps in their Countries

  12. Loren Paul Wiener
    May 11, 03:46 Reply

    To you folks whining about us whining about not being in the us. Screw U, 4.5% of the population.
    This got me angry so I fixed it I bought a US VPN service. I pay $80 per year and can get hulu, netflix

  13. Jamie Carl
    May 12, 04:04 Reply

    Geez you guys whinge a lot. As a developer I’d be fathering bricks if I had to do a global rollout out on a publicly untested service. Not to mention the licencing issues they’re going to run into with global markets. Rolling out in stages is normal and (shock horror) a good thing

    Get over it.

  14. galacticpunk
    May 26, 05:32 Reply

    “we’re sorry.music beta is currently only available in the united states”.
    :(
    aren’t the people out side united states human??
    google really upseted us this time.why only united states first.
    why not globally launching it. 

  15. Jaik
    August 18, 13:19 Reply

    “Music Beta is currently only available in the United States”awesome 😐

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