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Wednesday, 15 May 2013 19:01

Google announces Google Play Music All Access

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Available today in the US for US $9.99


Google streaming service has already taken a spin in the rumor mill at its Google I/O 2013 keynote, Google shed some officially light on it. Google Play Music All Access as Google decided to call it, is Google's way of bringing music-streaming service to Android users.

 

Google decided to take more of a personalized approach with recommendation that Google pulls from your choices and owned albums as well as some quite interesting features like Explore feature that gives you those recommendations, "radio station" that automatically adds more songs that are similar to the one you are currently listening as well as Listen Now feature that gives you new releases and songs that Google thinks you might like.

As expected, All Access comes at a price, or to be precise, monthly fee. At US $9.99 it is neither cheap or expensive if it is compared to other music-streaming services. It launches today in the US of A and all those that subscribe will get a 30-day free trail. Those users that subscribe before June 30th, will be able to get Google All Access for US $7.99.

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