Google Acquires Mobile Music Service ‘PushLife’ for $25 Million

The report from Startup North reveals the Google’s recent acquisition of mobile entertainment publisher ‘PushLife’ for $25 million.

PushLife is a Canadian-based streaming service that was founded in 2008. This mobile streaming service allows the users to synchronize songs stored on their computers with their smarphones.

This has been confirmed by note on the company’s website saying that the PushLife team is going to join Google’s engineering team in Canada.

One can anticipate the facts behind this Google’s acquisition by keeping in mind the fact that Google is aiming to launch its digital music offering in the future and we have reports that Google has already been testing the same service among the employees within the company.

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