A year after launching in United States, Google has now enabled “All Access” service within Google Play Music app in Canada, where users can listen to on-demand songs and many more features, henceforth.
Google began to stream music via its Google Play Music 2 years ago and the company launched its All Access service at Google I/O in May 2013. Now, users from Canada could also listen to unlimited on-demand songs, upload up to 20,000 songs to get higher quality tracks, create personalized radio stations with feedback-based playlist customization and much more.
Google Play Music is now available for Android and iOS devices, where users not only can listen to the music from their personal library on their devices, but also can listen to the tracks from over 25 million songs via Google’s music streaming service.
When Google launched the All Access service in United States, it announced a temporary sale price of $7.99 per month and then made it $9.99 per month. The same marketing tactic has been implemented in Canada too.
How many of you use the Google Play Music All Access service, and how many of you want to?