Google has officially announced its new music streaming service. The service will come as part of Google Play Music, and gets a sub tag called All Access. With All Access, you’ll get immediate and instant access to millions of tracks in the Google Play Store. Google uses the power of its search engine (ie, the data they know about you from your searches) to help recommend new tracks.
Users will be able to get in on all the action starting today with a free 30-day trial in the United States. Following the trial, the service will cost just $9.99 per month, but,as an added bonus, it will only be $7.99 for those who try the service out before June 30th. There’s no reason not to try it out as soon as you can so make sure you get locked into the cheaper price in case you decide All Access is something you’ll want to pay for down the line.
The service is available right now on the web, and as an upgrade to the Google Play Music app in the Google Play Store. Download it, start your trial (it’ll give you a monthly price but it notes that charge won’t take place until 30 days from now) and get all the music you can handle right from Google’s servers.
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