Google Music All Access Coming to iOS
A few weeks ago Google announced the launch of its new on-demand subscription music service, “Google Play Music All Access.” The mouthful of a streaming service has web and mobile interface that boasts millions of songs available for instant streaming. Now CNET reports that in a few weeks the Spotify competitor will also be make its way to iPhones and iPads.
With a free month included and a reduced $7.99 subscription fee for those who sign-up before June 30 (the regular cost sits at $10/month), Google looks to get the ball rolling quickly by undercutting Spotify’s monthly fee.
Only time will tell whether Google Music All Access can make a dent in the music service industry, but if it’s anything like Google’s other all-encompassing services, the rise is coming.
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