Google Play Music arrives in Germany

Around four months after it launched in the UK, France and Spain, Google Play Music – and its streaming service All Access – has arrived in Germany.

All Access provides streaming access to a music library licensed from all the major record companies, as well as the biggest independent labels.

Users in Europe can enjoy a month’s free trial for £9.99/€9.99 per month, and a month’s free trial. The service launched in the US in May and in Australia and New Zealand in July.

Google Play Music All Access lets subscribers create their own interactive radio stations as well as browsing recomended tracks. Google Play users can store their existing download catalogue – up to 20,000 songs – for free online, and listen to them alongside the All Access catalogue on any Android device, or via the web.

All Access is part of Google Play Music, which also offers a download services, as well as being part of the wider Google Play store – which sells other digital entertainment products such as movies and e-books.Music Business Worldwide

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