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Google has acquired Canadian mobile music startup Pushlife for a rumored $25 million as it prepares to release its new music service for Android.

PushLife let you manage wallpapers, music, videos, ringtones and other media on your cell phone until its acquisition, setting out to “build immersive mobile experiences for people to play, organize, share and purchase digital content across multiple devices.”

Pushlife was founded in 2008 by former RIM employee Ray Reddy. Pushlife team will be joining Google Canada engineering team.

Google has already begun testing its mobile music service internally. Pushlife could be very crucial for Google as Pushlife was setting out to “build immersive mobile experiences for people to play, organize, share and purchase digital content across multiple devices.

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