Google the internet Giant has launched a New product for the Indian market.Google Play Music All Access which is Music streaming service similar to Spotify, Apple music, Gaana, and Saavn.
Google Play Music was announced way back in 2010 during Google I/O Developer conference. It was officially launched in the US on November 16 2011, Google Play Music went live in India last year, where customers were able to buy songs and download millions of songs.
Google Play Music All Access is a subscription-based service. It allows you to download and stream the songs in Google’s catalog for an introductory price of ₹89/month but that will be raised to ₹99/month after 45 days. It is available on a free trial period of 14 days after which user will have to pay the subscription fee.
Accessing Google Play Music All Access is very easy as it is available on all the platforms, be it Android, iOS, Windows or The Web.
In your android Phone, you can find it in the already installed Google Play Music App. iPhone users will have to download the Google Play Music App from the App store and sign in with your Gmail account.
To access it through your PC or Mac, You have to visit Here and sign in with your Gmail account.
It offers music from all the regional languages in India and also music from different parts of the world. And Premium user can play songs even when offline just like Spotify premium or any other music streaming service.
For all the audiophiles out there Google Play Music All Access supports all the major audio formats like MP3, AAC, WMA, FLAC, Ogg, ALAC and lets you store 50,000 songs from your collection to take them with you any place. You can also enjoy the service for free but at the cost of Ads playing after each track.
Although Apple Music, one of the biggest competitor to Google Play Music is available in India, It costs more that the later. And as we all know Android has a significantly larger market share in India makes it tough for Apple.
That being said Play Music will also face tough competition from already established services like Gaana and Saavn.
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