Google Music Coming with Scan-and-match Feature Soon

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  • 29 Oct 2012
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  • Hurricane Sandy has without a doubt make it difficult for us to find all that Google has prepared in case of their event scheduled for today. Still, bits and pieces of information have started to surface on the web, along with the official announcements for the new Nexus devices. On the software side, we expect Android 4.2 to come in November, along to some improvements to the most important Google Apps.

    One of the new options we expect to be introduced really soon is a scan-and-match feature for Google Play Music. According to the rumors, it will allows users to upload music all at once. It will spare you the fuss of having to upload the tracks individually and spare you the extra costs from your data plan.

    The new feature that refers to storing music in the cloud is expected to be introduced somewhere in November, with the official launch of Jelly Bean 4.2. Europe will get it first with the US getting the feature sometime afterward.

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    SOURCE: slashgear
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