Google unveiled it’s music service, aptly titled Google Music, at Google I/O earlier this year. The service has been in beta since I/O, with Google offering the service first to invitee participants. Over the course of the past couple weeks, Google has sent out a few batches of invites and the service has slowly been getting some wear and tear from users.
Part of any beta is feedback and Google Music is no exception. Google has taken in a good amount of feedback from users and has updated the service to version 3.0.1. The update includes some bug fixes and force close fixes as well as an improvement to the way that Google Music manages your tracks, allowing you to now delete songs saved to your SD card, directly from the application itself; rather than having to go to your file manager.
Still not a part of all the fun? Be sure to visit http://music.google.com/, and put your name down for an invite. At this time, Google Music is only available for US residents.