All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘google music all access’

Google Music All Access Coming to iOS in ‘a Couple Weeks’

iOS users should expect Google Play Music All Access to arrive on their platform in the next couple of weeks. The news comes from Sundar Pichai, SVP Android, Chrome, and Apps at Google, who was speaking at the All Things D D11 conference Thursday afternoon. “In Google’s DNA, we wanted to be universally accessible. The goal with search was to …

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

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 …

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Google Music All Access Goes Live, Here’s What to Expect

If you’re still looking to add a streaming music service to your collection of services (which, admittedly, could be pretty massive by now), Google wants to throw their hat in the ring. Today, Google launched Google Play Music All Access, which is their new subscription music service that puts millions of tracks at your fingertips, and cozies them up to …

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