The second new service that Google announced today was their Music Beta, that has been highly anticipated for almost a year now. The Music app is currently in beta and you have to request an invite to be included, which can be done here. Unfortunately this service is only available for the US, so I am not able to test it out, but it does look promising. The Music service will allow you to stream your music from the cloud, and for it will allow you to upload up to 20,000 songs for free.
You will be able to download a music manager program to your PC or Mac and import any songs and playlists directly from iTunes. You will also be able to make new playlists and even use “Instant Mix” which will create a 25 song playlist for you based off of the type of music you are playing at the time. There will also be Ingenious lists, which is very close to something another platform uses, enough said. The service will also automatically sync to a new device as soon as you login in, so there is no need to wires and cables again!
The Music app is now available in the Market, but of course if you are not in the beta program it will not work all that well, but you can download it to your device here. The service wil also be free to users while it is in the beta stages, but will most likely cost you some cash once it gores public. It is definitely time that Google released this service and I am sure that it is going to do very well with Android users.
Update: Google has released a video to show off the new Music Beta app, so hit the jump and check it out!