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Users with standard accounts can upload and listen to up to 50,000 songs from their personal libraries at no cost.
Initially, it was only available by invitation to residents of the United States, and had limited functionality; the service featured a no-cost "music locker" for storage of up to 20,000 songs, but no music store was present during the beta period, as Google was not yet able to reach licensing deals with major record labels.At launch, Google had partnerships with three major labels - Universal Music Group, EMI, and Sony Music Entertainment - along with other, smaller labels, although no agreement had been reached with Warner Music Group; in total, 13 million tracks were covered by these deals, 8 million of which were available for purchase on launch date.To promote the launch, several artists released free songs and exclusive albums through the store; The Rolling Stones debuted the live recording Brussels Affair (Live 1973), and Pearl Jam released a live concert recorded in Toronto as 9.11.2011 Toronto, Canada.When Android's internal storage is seriously short, the "insufficient storage available" is a common annoyance - especially when you want to update an existing app or install a new one.
You've probably done everything obvious, such as removing every app you don't use, installing a micro SD card to offload data, clearing out your Downloads folder, and deleting all your photos and video. In an ideal world you would replace your handset with a device that has more internal memory so you won't have to scrimp and save on storage quite so drastically.Google also stated that it would develop other "special features in Google Play Music just for Samsung customers".Google first hinted at releasing a cloud media player during their 2010 Google I/O developer conference, when Google's then-Senior Vice President of Social Vic Gundotra showed a "Music" section of the then-called Android Market during a presentation.In January 2012, a feature was added to Google Music allowing users to download 320kbps MP3 copies of any file in their library, with a two-download limit per track via the web, or unlimited downloads via the Music Manager app.