The plans were announced last month, alongside the news that Google had finally inked a deal with Warner Music Group to add the label’s catalogue to its downloads store. European users will also get first dibs on the new scan-and-match features for Google’s cloud music service, which is offering up to 20k songs worth of storage for free. Alongside the launch, Google has updated its official Google Music app for Android devices – two of which, the Nexus 4 smartphone and Nexus 10 tablet, go on sale today. New features include better offline caching options, and the ability to create Instant Mixes from recently-played songs. More signs of Google’s determination to compete with Apple in the digital music space, as we explained in our Music Ally report last week.

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