Many folks the world over have been waiting for Google to bring Google Play Music All Access. They’d already made a pretty decent push into Europe before, and now that list is being bolstered with the addition of over half a dozen new countries. Here’s the quick, short list:
- Czech Republic
It’s worthy to note that folks in the likes of Germany and even Canada have yet to see the service launch. That last one is especially weird considering it’s the hat of America, though things might be a bit more complicated than that. Specifically, Canada’s restrictive copyright system might be giving Google a tough time when it comes to setting up licensing deals.
We obviously don’t know the specifics of their struggles in every country yet to get Google Play Music, so all we can do is sit, wait and hope that those issues get ironed out before too long. If you live in one of the aforementioned countries, give All Access a try and let us know how it’s working out for you.
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