At Google's I/O conference today, the team unveiled its Google Music beta page which is live now and available for your invite requests. Coming shortly after Amazon's cloud music service, Google Music will allow you to listen to your music collection from anywhere with the help of the free Google Music app which is available now in the Android Market. Best part is, if you know you're going to be offline at some point during your day, you can select albums and songs you want to listen to sans connection, and Google Music will also make your recently played tunes available offline.
What's more, your Google Music library will automatically sync with your device so you never have to plug in and transfer songs like you do with iTunes and your one, single library will be available over multiple computers. Get a closer look at Google Music in the demo video after the break.