It looks like Google has sent another round of Music Beta invites out to those who had requested one, and this guy was lucky enough to get his. Though, as I mentioned yesterday, thanks to services like Slacker and Rdio I am still not convinced I need Google Music. That said, some of the details that we noticed in the few minutes we have had it all set up include that the service limits you to having 20,000 songs in your library (as opposed to a GB limit) and that it seems to be an all or nothing upload in terms of folders. In other words, when you set up Google Music it gives you the option to upload your entire iTunes folder. Well, as someone with music from quite a long time — I am not sure I want or need that. Tip for Google, it would be nice to give new user the option to create a custom Google Music folder within iTunes and have the upload. And the last thing we noticed, Google is even adding free songs to your music library. According to Google, you can “discover new musical genres and artists by adding free song packs to your Music library. Get full-length hits from top artists and new talent, compliments of the Music Beta team.
Via [Music Beta by Google]