At the annual developer conference Google I/O in San Francisco, Google announced its new music subscription service Google Play Music All Access.
All Access is an extension of the already existing cloud music service Google Music. It allows users to upload 20,000 (purchased) songs in the cloud and listen to them across Android devices and on the web.
Currently, All Access is only available in the U.S. There's a 30-day free trial, afterwards it costs $9.99 per month. Early adopters get rewarded: start your trial before June 30, your monthly fee will be just $7.99.
- Radio without rules
- Personalized recommendations
- Blend of user's collection and Google's catalogue
Similar to competing service Spotify, All Access lets you turn a song into a radio station of related songs. You can view upcoming songs and delete unwanted ones.
The tab “Listen Now” recommends new releases and artists.
When Google Music All Access will be available in other countries is unknown.
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