Test Out Android's New Music App With Google's Music Locker Right Now

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The upcoming version of Android’s Music app has been accidentally leaked to the blog Tech From 10 and they have the app available for download on their site.The new music player is similar to the one included in Android 3.0 Honeycomb for tablets, and it includes a ratings system and an option for Google’s impending cloud music service. Unfortunately, Tech From 10 couldn’t get the cloud service to work.

They were able to get the app after discovering Google had accidentally pushed what appears to be a developer version of the next Android Market to their phone.

So far, this is the clearest proof we have of Google’s cloud service, which is supposedly being tested with Google employees. Previously, there have been hints of it found in Honeycomb.

If you want to test out the new music player, you can download it from Tech From 10 here. They also have links to the new version of the Android Market and a few other apps, but they warn that it doesn’t work on most phones.

If you try the new music player and can get Google’s cloud service to work, let us know in the comments.

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