Google Play Music All Access introduced at Google I/O 2013
Google Play Music is getting updated today to include Google Play Music All Access. Google Play Music All Access is a new potentially Pandora/Spotify-killing service that Google will be rolling out today.
Google Play Music All Access allows you access to any of the music in Google’s library for one low monthly cost, and also adds the ability to create stations of similar genre’d music to help you discover new music. The stations’ playlists can be skipped, re-ordered, or saved to your device. Stations adapt to what you like and don’t like.
Google Play Music All Access includes a 30-day free trial, after which it’s priced at $9.99 a month for unlimited music. People who start the trial before June 30 have the option to continue the new service at $7.99 a month.
Google Play Music All Access is being released today in the US, and will be released in other countries in the coming weeks and months.
Google Play Music All Access should be available later today to everyone running Google Play Music on Android or the web.
Download: Google Play