Prototype Android Music Player 3.0 leaked

A new test version of an updated Android music player has been accidentally published by Google, which shows a new, all black player heavily influenced by the general look and feel of the tablet version of Android.

As well as a visual overhaul, the new mobile Google Music Player app includes wi-fi streaming options for linking to a future cloud-based music storage service along with offline caching. This is the future:

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Loads more screenshots of this – and a newer version of the Android Market app itself – are available over at Tech From 10. Original link via Phandroid.

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  1. question everything

     /  April 6, 2011

    DL’ed & installed it, ran ok, but removed due to:

    Couldn’t see any way to get the ‘3D’ cover-flow view, just had basic 2d list, which alternated between horizontal & vertical depending on if my phone (HTC Desire) was in portrait or landscape.

    8MB with no option to save to SD card!

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  2. the whole thing with cloud music is the storage space. Amazon did a smart thing by letting you store music you purchase through them for free however, those who already have large music collections will be stuck with a monthly fee. A sizable one depending on your music collection. the other catch, of course, is streaming over 3G/4G. . .

    I think the smartest thing for a “cloud music” service to do would be, allow people to store their music in the cloud–if they already own that song then they can upload it for free; however, instead of everyone having their own storage the stream should be pulled from a central storage of music, thus they wouldn’t need tons of space for music storage. In other words, the songs you own are basically play list items that pull from a central music center. Then everyone could have unlimited cloud storage for their music collections.

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  3. soochimik

     /  April 13, 2011

    Since I installed this player, I can’t take photos while playing music. the camera initialisation freeze at the second photo taken on my nexus one 2.3.3

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