Make side everyone, the Google Play Music All Access is here! It was first introduced in September last year with an option to just purchase and download songs separately. Starting now, the search giant has launched All Access, which includes unlimited streaming and downloading, personalised recommendations (without ads, thankfully), unlimited skips. You can choose songs, albums, and playlists from a catalogue of 40 million songs. Additionally, you can also upload up to 50,000 songs from your device and stream it from the cloud. Now, you can also stream songs on your PC from here.
As of now, Google is offering a 14-days trial in which you can enjoy all of these services for absolutely free. Post-trial period, you have to pay just Rs 89 per month to continue. Well, if you subscribe to the services on or before 18th May, you’ll get a 30-day trial period and will be charged post that period.
Google Play Music is currently offering the cheaper music subscription plan in India. Most of the services such as Saavn Pro, Wynk Music, Gaana+, Hungama are offering subscriptions plans starting at Rs 99 per month. Now, the full-fledged entry of Google has made the competition even tougher than it was. Well, we’re still waiting for the real player to enter the market – Amazon Music.