If you’re like me, you cancelled all other music subscriptions right after Google announced All Access at its annual Google I/O convention. If you’re not not like me, you’ve probably been tossing around the idea of subscribing, but something important to keep in mind is that this is the last week you can sign-up and take advantage of the $7.99/mo price tag.
After June 30, All Access will cost interested subscribers $9.99 per month. It’s still not a bad price, but the discount early adopters receive is also really nice, and it isn’t something you want to miss out on if you like saving money.
If you haven’t used All Access yet, you can sign up for the one month trial, and if you do that on or before June 30, you’ll still be able to take advantage of the $7.99 subscription fee after your trial expires sometime in June.
It might be difficult to make the jump from Spotify’s massive library of 25 million tracks, but you can bet that Google will probably make sure that All Access has all of the latest, popular, and well-known songs available. Not to mention the fact that more tracks will be added to Google’s own library everyday, and who knows, maybe Google’s library will eventually surpass Spotify’s?
Do you plan on making the jump to All Access? If not, why?