Google’s excellent All Access music streaming service is now available in several countries across Europe, including France, Ireland, Spain and the U.K. The search giant on Wednesday quietly updated its international availability page for its Play Store, and the new spots are all dominated entirely by places across the pond; a few weeks ago Google rolled out All Access for those in Australia and New Zealand.
Originally launched in the U.S. back in May, Google’s music streaming service is the company’s answer to the increasingly crowded market of Spotifys, Rdios and Xbox Musics. Similarly to how the service launched stateside, Google is offering users an early adoption discount—if you sign up before Sept. 15, it’ll be a few bucks cheaper monthly than if you wait (don’t wait!).
There’s still no word on when a potential iOS app will hit, or any new information on the proposed bundling deal with Verizon.