At Google’s sixth annual Google I/O developer’s conference, the search giant unveiled its new subscription music service, Google Play Music All Access. The service combines the entire Google Play library of music with users’ personal music library, and allows users to browse personalized recommendations, a curated list of featured albums and songs, and a section of brand new releases. After a 30-day trial, the subscription service will cost $9.99 per month, but users who sign up before June 30th will receive a discounted plan at $7.99 per month. Starting today, Google Play Music All Access will be available on the web, and Android tablets and phones in the US, and the service will be coming to other countries “soon.”
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