Nov 14th, 2011 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 2:38 pm

This Wednseday is an event of epic proportions, as is usually the case when Google asks for the media’s attention. Based on clues and speculation, we’re left guessing that the announcement will be for an extension of Google Music Beta which would an enable an iTunes-like Music Store that allows users to purchase songs and albums both on their desktop and mobile devices. Further evidence was provided by leaked screenshots hailing from an Android device in Venezuela:

Pay special attention to the “Free Song of the Day” in the 3rd screenshot. Not only is that an awesome feature for consumers looking for cool new artists and songs, but that level of highlighting could skyrocket an artist from relative obscurity into super stardom.

Don’t forget that T-Mobile’s logo was found on the event invite, so perhaps they’ll be launching the Galaxy Nexus and be first to include the Google Music Store on their device.

[ TechnoDroidve via AndroidPolice]

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