Google Launches A Video Promo For Play Music All Access
Google has launched a video promo for their Google Play Music All Access streaming music service. In the video, Google highlights the ability to create playlists for all of your favorite tracks. The video is called “Tonight” and the character using the Google Play Music All Access service is Dracula. Dracula really seems to enjoy music with a night theme since he creates a playlist called “Night Beatz.” After he creates his playlist, he shares it with all of his friends on Google+.
Google Play Music All Access has a 30-day free trial and it costs users $9.99 per month. People that subscribe before June 30th will have to pay only $7.99. The ad-free All Access version lets you access all of your music across multiple devices through the cloud. Google Play Music All Access is available only in the U.S., but it will be rolled out to over countries in the near future. Google Play Music All Access competes against Spotify, Pandora, Slacker, and iHeartRadio.
You can enjoy millions of songs through Google Play Music All Access with unlimited skips. Stations can be created based on any artist, album, or song. You can skip ahead and see what is next using Google Play Music All Access and re-order the songs any way you like. Google also lets you bring up to 20,000 songs from your computer to Google Play for free using Music Manager. Music Manager can scan your iTunes library or any music folder on your computer and match it to your collection with what is on Google Play. If you have music that is not on Google Play, Music Manager will upload it too.
Google Play Music All Access works offline also. When you add new music to your Google Play music library, it is instantly available for listening on Android and the web. If you are going offline like on a flight or subway, you can choose music to store on your device using the Google Play Music app.
You can also share a free play of the songs and albums that you have purchased on Google Play with your friends on Google+. They can also share their purchases with you.
Check out the video promo for the service below, starring Dracula: