More evidence of Google working on a music store has arisen. Based on this batch of new screenshots, this feature looks like it will be merged into the the Market and Music app. Almost every industry expert expects Google will launch on November 16 as another mini store of the Android Market.
Several pages in the leaked Google Music screenshots offered songs from artists like Paramore, Green Day, Joss Stone, Ricardo Montaner, and Shakira. Judging from the pics, you can clearly see how albums and songs use the same tap to purchase feature as the Android Market, similar to that of Google Books and Movies.
The Music Store appears to mirror what we’ve all seen from the recent changes in UI of the Android Market inspired by the upcoming Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. As seen in our earlier leak, Google has selected orange as their color scheme for the Music Store. We must keep in mind that this is to be taken with extreme caution, as we wait for more folks to confirm the existence of a music store. Let’s all hope the search giant gives us what we all think it will at its “These Go To Eleven” event in L.A.
View the full gallery of screenshots at TecnoDroidVe.
[via Android Police]