Google and Apple both have a huge ecosystem of services, ranging from music and all-you-can-eat mobile gaming to cloud storage and more. Apple sought to simplify things in October 2020 when it launched Apple One though.
This is a bundle of Apple’s popular services available for one monthly subscription, starting at $14.95 for Apple TV Plus, Apple Music, Apple Arcade, and 50GB iCloud storage. The subscription goes all the way up to a $29.95 bundle that tosses in Apple News Plus, Apple Fitness Plus, 2TB of storage, and the ability to share the subscription with up to five others.
How much would you spend on a Google version of Apple One though? Let us know by taking the poll below.
Just to make things clear, we’re talking about an entry-level tier that consists of YouTube Music, 100GB of Google Drive storage (the lowest you can go), Google Play Pass, and YouTube Premium. Let us know what you’re willing to pay via the poll, and leave a comment if you have more on your mind.