Google announced a new music experience for android users in the Google I/O event. The much anticipated music streaming service is called Google Play Music All Access.
The Google Play Music All Access is subscription based and with the use of the service users can listen their music collection from anywhere. There is no need of syncing or worry about the disk space as the music is stored online. You can add up to 20,000 songs from your personal collection to the Google Play Music. Users can also buy music from the Google Play from more than 18 million songs.
To enjoy the benefits of Google Music All Access application you have to shell out $9.99 as the monthly fee. If you sign up before June 30th the subscription price will be $7.99 per month. The first 30 days of the usage is free so you can try the functions before you pay the money. Google Music All Access is currently available only for the users in US.
The subscription based music streaming market is leading by the heavyweights like Spotify and Rdio and it will be interesting to see how Google place themselves in the market.
Download Google Play Music All Access APK from here.
If you are outside US and want to try out the service on your android smartphone or the tablet, check out this article – How to Install Incompatible Android Apps from Google Play Easily