The search giant is finally put itself into a direct competition with services like Spotify and Rdio. At Google I/O conference 2013, Google announced Google Play Music All Access, a new service that lets you play to any music from the store a for a monthly subscription of $9.99.
There’s a trial period of 30 days to make you feel comfortable at Google’s already-existing Play Music service and help you decide whether the service is worth a shot. If you happen to start your trial before June 30, you will get a special reward from Google as you will only have to pay $7.99 per month as your monthly subscription fee for Google Play Music All Access.
Google Play Music is already a part of Google’s Play Store where you were able to purchase music from. However, the All Access service that has just been announced gives you an all access to the library of Google’s music collection. The store has a new recommendation system that allows users to discover new music that might fit their choice.
If you want to give Google Play Music All Access a try, give this link a click!
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