Google Music is on Android Market, no update needed
Google Music service and purchases was just declared at “These Go to Eleven” function by Google last night. As I am sure many of you already are well aware of. Many of us scrambled to examine the new goodies and updated to the Google Music v4.0 application but that is just the music player. We can now browse, preview and purchase music directly from our Android phone, but I’m sure many are thinking about how, as it is not yet available on the market. Apparently it is to be deployed in stages, because some of us have full access, while most do not.
In the picture above you can clearly see on the far left, “Music” is now a website market opportunity. We have full access to Google’s library full of music for Google. I have more devices than I care to count here, and one on the new Music tab, the rest are still not. It appears that no update of the market is necessary. I have the same staff and the latest v3.3.11 from Google on multiple devices. Google’s music seems to be completely server side and no update to a new version of Android Market will be needed. Visit here if you want latest Android Market Version 3.2.0 Free.
Generally we have some sort of APK that you could download with the new Market and enjoy the modifications but it appears that this is fully on Google’s web servers and will be rolled out to devices over the next few days as they pointed out during the event. So sorry, you will just have to wait until your device(s) have access. I only get it on one of my own so we will see when the rest eventually get access.
Apparently Google will push this in the next few days, did not want to give everyone access at the same time, it would be a blast purchase and download, and can cause a severe recession or delayed. For now you can obtain that part of the market by being focused through the Google+ application to buy and appreciate music provided by Google. In any other case you will sadly have to wait until your device receives the option in the market. Do not worry it should appear in the nearer future.