While we know the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is coming, and Ice Cream Sandwich along with it, the life and unveiling of Google Music’s Store is still up in the air. We’re still waiting to hear something from Google about the official Google Music Store, but so far we’ve just been forced to listen to rumors and speculation. We’ve got more for the rumor and speculation market, thanks to these new screenshots that have found their way onto the Internet.
Right now, Google Music is like a storage center for your music, with the ability to play it on your device whether you’re connected to the Internet or not. However, those rumors and speculation have been rampant with word that Google is looking to launch something more robust, including a store for you to buy and download new music whenever you want. These new screenshots enforce that idea, along with adding something new: a free song of the day. Songs look to range from $0.99 and $1.29, which looks about standard.
We’ll have to wait and see where this goes, but so far it’s looking like we’ll have a new way to download and store music here very soon.
via The Verge