The search engine giant Google has launched its own music subscription service. It costs less than ten dollars and will compete with existing providers.
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Google has launched a streaming music service, in which the songs are played directly from the network. At the annual developer conference Google I / O in San Francisco, the search engine giant unveiled the subscription offer with the name Google Play Music All Access. It only works with the company’s own Android operating system.
For $ 9.99 a month there is unlimited access to the music offer. In addition, you can make songs that could fit to their own taste in music, select from Google. Group Manager Chris Yerga said, with the streaming offering the user could create a “radio without rules.” The music service is initially only available in the U.S., but other countries will follow.
the offer makes Google so far streaming providers such as Spotify, Rdio or Pandora competition. Also, according to media reports, Apple is working on an internet radio that has failed so far to rights negotiations with the music industry.