The German public can now enjoy Google Play Music. Since the search giant’s music service has now landed in Germany, it makes sense for the service to soon be available across other countries in Europe.
IntoMobile is responsible for spreading the word. The site reports, “Google Play Music All Access is now available in Germany. Just like that was the case with the service launches in other markets, users can try out the service for free for the first 30 days, after which they can continue for €7.99 per month. Actually, that price is good only if you sign-up before January 15th, after which the price goes up to €9.99 per month.
“Google Play Music All Access provides users with access to a massive library of streaming music on the web and through dedicated Android and iOS apps. You are free to cancel the subscription at any time if it doesn’t “work” for you.
“So what’s next? Well, after Europe’s biggest economy, we guess the search giant will launch its music subscription service in other countries across the continent.”
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