Google is rolling out a new subscription-based music service called All Access. It’s available for Android phones and tablets, and you can also use it from the web.

All Access is built on top of the Google Play Music service which has been around for a few years at this point. Users can still upload up to 20,000 songs to Play Music to create their own library, or purchase songs from Google Music.

But the new version lets you listen to millions of tracks for $9.99 per month, with a 30-day free trial.

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All Access launches in the US today, and it’ll be available in additional countries soon. Anyone who signs up for a free trial by June 30th gets a discounted rate of $7.99 per month.

Google offers a number of interesting ways to find songs to listen to, from searching for a track to listening to genre-based channels curated by Google.

If a playlist includes tracks you don’t want to listen to, you can swipe them away from the playlist the same way you would dismiss a notification.

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2 replies on “Google Play Music gets new All Access subscription service”

  1. $3 a month for Pandora one is what I currently use. No ads at all.

  2. Why would I pay for this when Pandora and Spotify have fairly generous limited ad offerings?

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