Possible Spotify killer Google Play Music All Access revealed, start your trial now
If you’re a Spotify user, listen up.
Google, at the I/O conference, just announced their new all-access music service, appropriately named Google Play Music All Access. It combines your personal music uploaded to Google Music with a universal catalog of music, and appears to work very well.
The best part? If you head to Google Music, you should get a prompt to start your All Access trial free for 30 days. If you get your trial started before June, you’ll only pay $7.99 / month, as opposed to the soon-to-be standard $9.99 / month. You can also create radio stations based on your favorite music.
This editor has already started using it, and it looks terrific so far. Be sure to keep it here for more updates from I/O.
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