Google owned an Indian-owned music company in Canada named PushLife. PushLife is a music app that works on non-Apple based mobile phones like Android and BlackBerry.Briefly it can be said as iTunes like software for Android and Blackberry that can be used to play, organize, share and buy music.
It syncs with the iTunes and windows media player when the device is plugged into a desktop.All the changes like editing and creating the playlists are synced with the device.
Here is the video demonstrating the Pushlife in different non-Apple devices.
PushLife Inc. was started three years ago by its current CEO Ray Reddy who had previously worked in corporate development at the BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM).
Google was reportedly planning to launching its own music streaming service compatible with Android. At the beginning of next month, at Google I/O it would seem like an appropriate time for the company to announce its much anticipated music streaming service.