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Next Music Application for Android has leaked

Next Music Application for Android has leaked
An early version of the next music application for Android has recently leaked, but it doesn’t show any of the important features that were demonstrated at the Google I/O conference that was held in May. By helping the music playback feature for Android, Google and all its Android partners can successfully compete against all Apple products.

This music player is supposedly going to be shipped with the Android 3.0, or Honeycomb – that is a tablet-specific version of the platform that Motorola is already using for its upcoming Android tablet. This leak was first posted on the XDA Developer’s Forum and a user even posted a video on YouTube that this was the music application show at the I/O conference 2010.

The application doesn’t however offer any sort of clues about Honeycomb and whether it will actually include a Google music store or an online music storage and sync service. Google has also approached a few record labels, hoping to sign off on a “music locker” service.