Google Play Music is rolling out its All Access streaming service in Australia and New Zealand today. Android users down under gain access to gazillions of streaming tracks through the service.
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.
Google made the announcement on its support page, along with some other good news for Android users outside of the United States. It looks like Google Books will now be available in more countries, as well as other features. Check out the table below to see what’s new, and where.
[Via: Google Support]
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