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I’m sure that most of you have all heard about Google Music by now. The internet giant has had a limited beta running for a while now, but this week Google finally rolled out Google Music Beta to everyone in the United States. The service is free and lets you store 20,000 songs in the cloud. You can then access them from anywhere in the world,, either through the google music website, or via the Google Music app on your phone.
Google also teamed up with several of the major record labels to let you buy tracks as well.
The only problem is if you live outside the United States (Like me) you’ll be greeted with the message
1.Head over to http://www.proxy4free.com/ and find a proxy that is based in the United States.
Here’s one that I found. They’re always changing so if one doesn’t work, try another. Also you’ll need to make sure you use one that has cookies enabled on it (generally you’ll see an option somewhere for it)
2.Next up make your way over to https://music.google.com/ through the proxy.
With a bit of luck, you won’t be greeted with the message “We’re sorry, Google Music is currently only available in the United States”. If you did get this message, then try a different proxy.
3.Now it should ask you to log into your Google Account. Do this and then you’ll be asked to accept the terms and conditions
4.And that’s it! You’re in to Google Music! Go ahead and download the music manager from the website and you can start uploading your music.
5.Of course because you’re not actually in the United States, you won’t be able to buy music from the store until it rolls out in your area.
6.And finally, I’m sure you want to get the Google Music app on your Android device. But since you’re not in the US it won’t be in the Android Market for you. However if you do a quick search for com.google.android.music.4.0.9.apk you’d be surprised what you can find :p Click here to get it
So there you go! That’s how you can get Google Music up and running, even if you don’t live in the United States
Feel free to leave any comments or issues you have below