Also today and as expected, Google has announced at today's Google I/O the launch of Music Beta by Google, which is similar to mSpot and Amazon Cloud Drive and allows users upload the personal music collection to the cloud for streaming to a computer and Android devices around. With the new service, music and playlists are automatically kept in sync, so if a users creates a new playlist on the phone, it's instantly available on the computer or tablet. It also includes a feature called Instant Mix to create a playlist of songs that go well together. And users can even listen to music when they are offline because Google automatically stores the most recently played music on the Android device.
Unfortunately, as the name indicates, the service is launching as a non public Beta today and is available by invitation only. Furthermore, it's currently open to U.S. users only!
Cheers ~ Arne