Google have a little event coming on November the 16th that could well have something to do with the Google Music Store, and now with some screenshots being discovered by a writer at TecnoDroidVe that seemingly shows what seems to be a work in progress of the Google Music Store which he accessed from his HTC Inspire 4G.
He came across pages that contained various things ranging from songs from artists such as Green Day ad Joss Stone, the ability to purchase songs from the Android Market with a tap of a button, all which is very similar to how Google has the Android Market set-up with the Books and Films section. Songs in the screenshots seem to be ranging from $0.99-$1.29, now this is probably the standard and we also see a tab that see’s Google integrating the "Free Song Of The Day" feature, which, as the name implies, offers users a free song each day. Also, it looks like it will offer you recommendations on similar artists to the ones you have looked up to purchased or browse.
Obviously it’s not all fully working and functional as it hasn’t got live yet, but what we see is pretty epic.
Could Google of been doing some secret deals with publishers to get this underway finally and sorted. We here at Land of Droid certainly hope so and it’ll even more services under one roof with the Google experience reaching every avenue. The Android Market will look even more complete with Apps, Books, Films and now Music to purchase.
It all looks pretty credible and very much what we will see announced at Google’s November 16 “These Go To Eleven” event in LA. Get ready people for the launch of the Google Music Store.