By now you probably have heard alot about the "cloud". Well, now Google has started to hop on the Cloud Computing scene with Google Music, a service that allows you to put your music collection online under a Google Account. This service can then be accessed anywhere and anytime using their webpage. They also have a convenient app for Android Phones and Android Tablets.
How it works is that you register for a Google Account, download their software, and upload your whole music collection, which can be accessed anywhere with internet access. Think of it like iTunes but on the web. What this means is that you don't have to waste storage space on your PC or Android devices, and with over 20,000 songs cap limit, you will never run out of space.
Currently, an invitation is needed to join Google Music as it is still in beta.
If you are interested just post a comment with your email or email me and I will give you an invitation.
I have well over 30 invites. I will update this post when I run out.
Note that Google music is currently only available to US residents only, so for those of you out of the state, you would have to use VPN to register, or get someone with a US IP to do it for you.