After a successful week during the Google Developer’s conference, a lot of great services have rolled out as well as the revamped music service known as Google Play Music. For the past year Google has provided a music service like iTunes bur allowed users to upload up up to 20,000 songs from their own personal library.
Two weeks ago today Google announced a new service known as All Access. The first month is free if you sign up now. Each month after this is $7.99 plus taxes. One of the key features of All Access is that you are able to control what you hear and when. You are given all access to every title under Google’s blanket. Unlike services like iHeartRadio and Pandora, Google All Access gives you unlimited plays and allows you to play an album in it’s entirety.
Google just announced that it will be including an IOS app. Apple really has a run for their money now. Will see what happens if Apple accepts or denies this service on their platform.