08:45 13 August 2013
Google has launched its music streaming service “Play Music All Access” to the UK, which provides unlimited access to music from independent labels and all major record companies.
Play Music All Access, which was first announced in May when Google held its I/O conference, focuses on music discovery. When users click on single tracks, the service will suggest entire playlists based on the preferences of other users who have made the same selection.
Paul Joyce, product manager for Google Play Music, said, as reported by The Telegraph: "All Access lets you create an ad-free, interactive radio station from any song or artist you love.
"You can add, remove or re-order your station and see what’s coming next. Or you can browse recommendations from our expert music team and explore songs by genre.”
Adding: "The 'Listen Now' tab puts artists and radio stations we think you’ll like front and centre so you can start listening the minute you open your library."
Google’s newest service is available to UK users for free for the first month and £7.99 thereafter. Users who sign up after September 15th will get a 30-day free trial and will pay £9.99 thereafter.
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