Google is one step closer in its quest for total world domination.
The tech giant has launched the beta for Google Music. It’s a new digital music store designed to rival iTunes, and works on computers and Android-powered mobile gadgets. Users can store all their songs in a cloud, and stream them to any device. They can also share their songs with friends on the Google+ social network, but only once for each track. More than 13 million songs are available, with more expected to follow. Google Music is online now in the US, and will soon hit the stage in additional countries.