It has been widely believed that Google and Apple are preparing to release a streaming music service. As expected, Google announced at Google I/O 2013 today a music subscription service .
Google has formally declared that the service will appear as part of Google Play Music, and All Access is the sub tag . With All Access, you will get instant and fast accessibility to large numbers of tracks at Google Play Store. Also Google utilizes its search engine power to assist recommend new tracks.
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As by Android team buddy Chris Yerga:
Music unites us, itâs universal . . We set out to build a music service that didnât just give you access to a world of music, but helped to guide you through it.
Google presently has music store for purchases like iTunes, and it will be utilizing the same system for All Access, having a suggestions engine that will assist the users to find out the music dependent on their choices, and make radio stations dependent on a track. All Access will present curated songs collections too based on the user choice of chosen music editors. The interface of the app seems quite smooth.
Google Play Music All Access is effective on the Android based devices and browsers, although nothing about iOS support. The U.S. citizens can sign up for a 30-days free trial afterwards, and before June 30th if you subscribe, you have to pay just $7.99 monthly fee instead of paying the regular fee $9.99. Google mentioned that for other countries the All Access will rollout soon.
The latest up to date version of the Google Play Music available for download now.