Since being out of the beta-stage, Google has marked history as it competes against the likes of Amazon, Apple iTunes and the lesser Nokia Music. Considering that Android seems to have the bulk in the market share nowadays, it shouldn’t be a problem for it to be successful. But while it has gained steam, Anroid users outside of the US are still left out of this equation. Maybe future updates will soon open up doors for non-US users but for here now is a trick from Engadget on how to avail of Google Music.
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