Google has just launched a music cloud storage site, Music Beta, that can store all of your music. If you own an Android, you’re in luck because you can store up to 20,000 songs for free. That’s about 20 times more free storage than Amazon is offering.
If you only own Apple support products, such as the iPhone and iPad, Music Beta does not apply to you. Why? Google’s music cloud works with devices that support Flash, and iPhones and iPads don’t work with Flash.
The cool factor with Music Beta is you can tag your favorite songs and organize however you’d like. Google is essentially trying to make it user friendly like iTunes. The drawback with Music Beta is you cannot use it on Apple tech devices. But, if you have an Android, it’s definitely something to try. We have had a growing demand of customers requiring data recovery on their music library due to hard drive crashes. Now, you can save your music online so your songs are safe even if your computer crashes.