Just three months after Google’s answer to Spotify was announced in the US, the search giant’s new music subscription service has touched down in the UK and Europe.
In direct competition with Spotify and other music streaming services, Google Play Music All Access allows for unlimited listening of a vast song library as well as some other important features. You’ll be able to create your own radio stations and listen to others with unlimited skips, whilst Google’s new service will also suggest other music based on your taste - a lot like Apple’s Genius.
Combine this with Google Play’s standard features such as a virtual locker with room for 20,000 of your own songs, cloud synchronisation across devices, an online store and music without pesky ads - and Google’s new service looks pretty tempting.
Google are charging £7.99 a month instead of the usual £9.99 a month for early adopters - but you can try it free for thirty days.