Google announced its All Access Music subscription service on Wednesday and the application is now available for download in Google Play. It’s simply an update for Google Music, but you’ll now be prompted to try a 30-day trial of the subscription service, which might take away a large chunk of Spotify’s user base.
We just launched Play Music and were given the option to start a 30 day trial. If you accept this before June 30, the subscription fee is just $7.99 per month. If you accept it after that date, you’ll pay $9.99 per month. You’ll need to actually accept the subscription if you want to try the 30 day trial, however, so be prepared to cancel it if you don’t plan on using it for longer than a month.
Google Music lets you combine your own music library with its own library of songs, albums and artists. You can also choose a song you like and automatically create a radio station, or explore for music based on recommended artists, featured, new releases and more.