The search giant is now offering US-based Android users exclusive content and songs at same prices as the rival Apple iTunes.

This article titled “Google opens Android music store to challenge Apple iTunes” was written by Charles Arthur and agencies, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 17th November 2011 07.43 UTC

Google and Apple have stepped up their corporate battle with the launch this week of music services for their smartphone platforms.

Android handset users in the US will now be able to get access to Google Music, where the search engine company has signed up the main music labels except, so far, Warner Music.

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