This is to inform you that after long speculation and rumors, finally Google come with its own music streaming service and Spotify’s competitor called Google Play Music All Access.
And this was announced by Google at I/O event in San Francisco and following this announcement Google’s Chris Yerga said “We wanted to build a music service that was focused on music where technology was in the background,”. He said “Choosing your music shouldn’t be such a chore.”
Availability of this services like this:
The new service, which is available today, will be $9.99 per month in the U.S., and will give everyone a free 30-day trial. If you sign up by June 30 you’ll be able to get it for $7.99 per month. Unlike many of its new competitors, it doesn’t look like Google will be offering a free tier of the service, which lines up with rumors that we’ve heard in the past.