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Google Play Music rolling out to at least six new countries
It looks like Google Play Music is rolling out to several new countries today. Looking at Google’s support pages we find that the service is making its way to Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and the Ukraine. It’s possible that a few others could end up making the list as well, though that’s all we’ve noticed so far. In addition to Google Music support, all the above countries will also offer All Access.
If you are unable to access Google Play Music in any of the countries listed above, be patient, as it could take a while before all the above regions see the service turned on. Google Music and All Access have become a must have for many Google fans and the addition of Google’s music service is certainly a welcome change for music aficionados that prefer using Google services over competing alternatives.