Google announced their new music store today, Google Music, which is now available to anybody with iOS or with an Android device running version 2.2 or higher. We reported about the event a few days ago, and we knew that the event had to do with Google Music.
But what we didn’t know was why T-Mobile was co-hosting the event. Now we know. T-Mobile will allow its customers to pay for songs on Google Music right on their phone bill. Nothing to get excited about, but it is definitely welcomed.
Hate to disappoint you guys, but there were no talks about a T-Mobile Galaxy Nexus (however, the demo of the Google Music app looked to be running on one). But hey, at least T-Mobile is giving you guys some free content on Google Music (unlike any other carrier). Is that enough to make up for not announcing the Galaxy Nexus yet? Yeah, we didn’t think so.