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Google Play Music All Access Now Available in Canada


Google Play Music All Access, Google’s streaming music solution that offers a massive library of tunes for a monthly fee, is now available in Canada. The launch is mirroring the roll-out of Google Play Music All Access in the United States, complete with a free 30-day trial and the more affordable $7.99 initial subscription charge. The service will eventually cost $9.99 in Canada, the same monthly cost American’s pay.

Google Play Music All Access is still my favorite streaming option on Android, though it’s also available on iOS. I love the ease of which I’m able to navigate all of the albums and artists, and Google even provides pretty solid artist-based radio stations, too. Offline access works really well, and is particularly useful if you have a microSD card to add songs to.

Other services, such as Spotify, Beats Music and Pandora, still aren’t available in Canada (without some workarounds), so Google definitely has a leg-up with the launch.

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