Google Play Music All Access finally makes its way through Europe (but skips Germany)


Google Play Music Play Store listing

While Google Play Music made its way to select European countries back in April, Google Play Music All Access — Google’s all-you-can-eat music streaming service — remained elusive.

More recently, Australia and New Zealand were added to the mix but today, GPMAA has finally arrived in the same European countries where Google Play Music originally, only with the exception of Germany. Here’s the current running list of countries that can now stream all the music they want via All Access:

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • France
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • New Zealand
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • UK
  • United States

Welcome to the club, and might I recommend the first band you immediately stream after signing up is The 1975 (thank me later).

[Google Play Music on Google Play | Google Play Music All Access web]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. LMAO @ Germany!

    1. Yeah GEMA <3

    2. Yeah GEMA <3


  2. I wonder if they are going to get a promo just like the US doubt it though

  3. Germany… home to apple lovers and Apple-paid judges.

    1. This time it has really nothing to do with apple. We have an institution (gema) which holds the rights for many international artists. They block out many videos at Youtube. And Google is on war with them. Gema wants horrendous amounts of money, which Google won`t pay. So, for years now, there is no progress… :-/

      1. DIE GEMA! After moving to Germany, I can’t watch any official music videos on YouTube anymore thanks to GEMA. :-/

        1. Yeah… Pretty annoying…. Let`s hope for a miracle!

  4. That’s for WWII.

    1. lmfao

  5. Still no Canada. WTF

  6. Omg, first time I see that Austria get something before Germany! :DD
    Omg, wie geil, dass Österreich vor Deutschland etwas bekommen kann in der Welt des WWW! :DD

  7. Is this punishment for some of the rulings German courts have made in patent disputes involving Google?

    1. Or the more likely scenario that they haven’t secured the rights to legally distribute in those countries yet.

      1. Yeah based on @fred_fredson:disqus’s post about GEMA I’d say this is probably the case.

  8. Except more than half of the European countries: netherland, sweeden,norway,slovenia,croatia…..c’mon Americans,you can do it. use the Map!

  9. Unfortunately “The 1975” doesn’t seem to be available in the UK.

    Ahh, it’s just the link you posted. Found them using search in the app.

  10. Damnit. My heart just skipped a beat. Thought Denmark finally got access to Google music. Bummer

  11. but still no canada…


    1. Right up top, between Norway and Finland.

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  15. Use Song Spout to have true all access.


  17. I like using Google Play Music locally(offline).

    Because this app enables me to set album artwork as wallpaper automatically!

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