YouTube to launch YouTube Music Key, while Google updates Play Music All Access to Google Play Music Key. Likely to sell both Music Key subscription services together for $10/month.
In this week’s episode we talk about XBMC, Libre Office, and Xbox One streaming coming to Android along with more Android apps news you can’t miss!
Today Google is introducing Play Music All Access to nine new countries in South and Central America.
In celebration of the Chromecast’s first birthday, Google is giving away 90 days of free Google Play Music All Access.
Check out our roundup of the best music streaming services and apps on Android. We run through the pros and cons of the major free and premium options in the Play Store.
In addition to the 6 months of free Google Play Music All Access deal below, buying a Sonos PLAY:3 or Sonos PLAY:5 wireless speaker from Amazon will land you a $50 gift card.
Your impatient wait is over, oh Canadians. Google has finally heard your plea and made Play Music fully accessible in your country.
Google has expanded their service area for Play Movies, Play Music and All Access. Over three dozen new countries around the globe now have access to Google Play Movies, bringing the total to well over 60. Four new countries gained access to Google Play Music, including the All Access subscription service, bringing the music to a total of 25 lucky countries.
Just last month, Google expanded their Google Play All Music All Access service to Australia and New Zealand. Now nine lucky countries in Europe can also rock out to the unlimited jams provided by an All Access subscription.
A recent report from Billboard Biz says that Verizon might soon be named as the next partner for the promotion of Google’s All Access music service, by way of mobile subscription plan bundles.