Friends in six new countries can wake up happy today knowing that’ll be able to access a healthy library of millions of tunes for a low monthly fee. Google Play Music All Access is now available in the following areas:
- Costa Rica
This adds to a list that still isn’t nearly as sizable as other Google Play services such as Books and Movies, but Google clearly isn’t twiddling their thumbs in trying to get it rolled out to more people. As you’d expect, music libraries will differ from region to region as Google has to adhere to licensing agreements on a regional basis.
You should still be able to find a good majority of the music you enjoy, but don’t be surprised if you can’t find the exact same tunes as your friends in another country. New users are entitled to free 30-day trials of the music service so there’s no good reason not to give it a go and see if it’s something you wouldn’t mind paying for. Grab the app from Google Play at the link below.