Dracula Is Already Using Google Music All Access to Make Night-Themed Playlists

    May 16, 2013
    Josh Wolford

Yesterday, at the Google I/O conference, Google unveiled their long-rumored subscription music streaming service and opened it up to the public with a free 30-day trial. The service, called Google Play Music All Access, is poised to challenge the likes of Spotify, Rdio, and Pandora for your music streaming dollars.

You can check out my (admittedly long-winded) hands-on walkthrough complete with initial thoughts here, you know, if you want to learn more about it.

Today, Google has released their first ever promotion for the new product. It channels Dracula, who just needs to make a night-themed playlist he can dance to. And then share it on Google+, of course. You can check it out below:

You can start your free trial today. Eventually, the service with cost $9.99 a month., but if you sign up before June 30th you can knock two bucks off that monthly price. There is no ad-supported free option for GPMAA.


Josh Wolford
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