Since long Google were trying to implement the idea of streaming music to your mobile it was also realized at last years Google I/O, but nothing much was reveled there. All the planning was kept under the hood, though some hints and leaks were rumored on the web, but Google officially declared nothing more about it. But today the answer to this question i.e. integrating and streaming music directly on you mobile had come to end as Google acquired the mobile music and entertainment company PushLife. Who has expertise in the field for developing music application for android and blackberry.
With pushlife you can purchase music form integrated music store with a single click, you can preview music before buying and has ability to play music on both mobile and PC. It can also sync all your music and playlist with iTunes and Windows Media Player. As if these all features weren’t enough you can integrate Pushlife app with twitter and Facebook.Pushlife’s smart algorithm can suggest you a song based on the song you are currently playing, artists biography and photo galleries.
Google is believed to have paid $25 million for this deal and the Canadian company will start working with google.
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