The highly anticipated Google Music Store is now live, marking the web giant’s first attempt at moving into the music network. The store has been designed to work hand-in-hand with their new cloud music solution, which was launched earlier in the year despite not having the backing of major record labels. Sony and Universal have both now signed up, therefore a total of 13 million songs are now available at your finger tips. The store is currently only available for users people in the US although you can be certain it will make a worldwide launch before to long, in the meantime those in the US check it out here.