July 29, 2011 | by Charles West
Finally, Google Music Beta has opened its doors for more invites. Starting today, existing Google Music users will be able to send invites to their friends or colleagues. But before you become ecstatic, Google has somewhat of a killjoy for this long awaited privilege. Apparently, users are only allotted two invites per account, so you better pick wisely. Most of us here at Androinica have been using Google Music Beta since its inception at I/O a few months back.
So far the cloud service works pretty well. It’s not perfect, but it’s still one of the best players out. Using Music Beta on my tablet has been awesome, so if you haven’t had the pleasure, I suggest you start doing some serious lobbying to your friends on Google+, Twitter, Facebook or any other social network platform at your disposal.
If you do happen to snag an invitation, be sure to let us know what you think of the service. Also, make sure to download the official Google Music Beta app for your phone or tablet so you can get a full experience of the search giant’s cloud music service. This is still only available for people in the US until Google decides to lift the beta tag and open beyond American borders.
Directions: Users with a Google Music Beta account should see that invitation link in the orange bar, which is right below the Music Beta logo when you log into your account through a web browser.
Source: Android and Me