How sweet would it be if you could stream your music library from the cloud to your Android and PC, without having to store content locally? Answer: Pretty damn sweet. Google’s Music Beta does exactly that, albeit with one caveat: it’s currently available for people in the US as of now. Bummer. Aside of streaming your music, the service will also use a sort of cache to store some of the songs you’ve recently listened to. You do need to apply for an invite to get into the Beta, but once you’re in, you’ll be able to upload about 20,000 songs, and it’s free (initially). Gadgets readers in the US, tell us about your experience once you get in, ‘mkay?
Source: Google Music Beta