Google launches All Access Streaming Music Service Ahead of Apple
Wednesday Google launched All Access music streaming service.
Now competing with the likes of Spotify, Pandora, and countless others.
Chris Yerga, engineering director for Android at Google Inc., speaks at the company’s I/O Annual Developers Conference in San Francisco on Wednesday.
Your music plus millions of songs
With our new All Access service you can:
Play millions of songs whenever you like
Listen to radio with unlimited skips
Enjoy playlists crafted by our music geeks
Try it for FREE for 30 days. After the trial, keep listening for just $9.99 $7.99 per month when you start your trial before June 30, 2013. Get started here
Google’s will cost $10 a month. Which is the same price as Spotify.
Spotify and Pandora both have free versions of their services.
To get Google’s All Access you have to pay up.
A recent NPD group study shows that music listeners between 13 and 35 listen to streaming music service more than FM radio.
See study here.