Google Music’s free music service is coming to iOS and Android, but it doesn’t seem to be getting the support it deserves.
The company’s website creator is no longer available, and it seems to be being replaced by a new, cheaper competitor.
The website creator’s Twitter account is now defunct, as well.
Google Music is free for a limited time and offers more than 600 million songs.
The service’s main goal is to allow users to search for free music by artist, album, genre, and more.
It’s not the only free music site out there, but there’s little indication that Google Music is getting the kind of support it needs.
As it turns out, the website creator was in fact one of several music creators that Google shut down after it was acquired by Apple.
The developer behind the website was not paid, and he wasn’t allowed to continue to work on it.
The only thing that Google paid him was a small amount of advertising revenue.
However, he could still sell ad space on his site.
Google is also not giving any updates about the new free music website.
There’s been no word about when the new version of the website will be released.