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Google Launches All Access Music Streaming Service

After hearing talks yesterday that Google would be opening up a music streaming service, the tech giant today made the official announcement confirming the earlier rumors. Debuted at the recent I/O Conference, the service arrives as an extension of Google Play and offers listeners an “All Access” method to stream their music of choice. For a monthly subscription of $9.99, users will have access to a substantial library of songs, albums and artists that was recently finalized under Google’s recent contracts with the likes of Warner Music Group, Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment. In addition to allowing the traditional á-la-carte music experience, Google has also implemented a Pandora-esque radio service.

You can now head over to the Google Play landing page here and check out the service and sign up for a 30-day trial.

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