I’m sure most Android users out there gave Google’s “All Access” streaming music service a try when it offered a free trial month at its release. After the trial ended, if you chose to keep using the service, it cost you a pretty reasonable $7.99. Now it looks like the price is going up, and if you want the service for 8 smackers per month, you’ll need to sign up before June ends!
Google launched its Google Play Music: All Access streaming service last May, at Google I/O. A competitor to other streaming services such as Spotify, All Access lets you stream unlimited tunes to your devices for a monthly fee. Since Google has licensing deals with the largest music distributors, the selection is huge.
I’ve been using All Access since it was released, and I opted to pay the $7.99 a month to keep my membership alive after my free trial ended. I find myself using it constantly. If you won’t use it much, it’s probably not worth it for you, though. Still, if you have any interest in the service, now’s the time to lock in your low rate!
Who’s been using Google Play Music: All Access? Let us know what you think in the comments!
[Via: Google Play Music ]
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