Google Play Music All Access goes live in more countries

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There are definitely things to love and hate about Android. One of the things to love is their new Google Play Music All Access service, which is quite good compared to other offerings in the market. Sadly one thing to hate is that Android does a fabulous job at not allowing international users to access what’s not intended for them, and All Access was sadly only a US thing, until today.

The company has now made the service public in most of Europe, which is sadly almost three months after its official release. If you sign-up for the 30-day trail, you’ll get a permanent discount of £7.99/month in the case of the UK, which is the same in €, or if you chose to do so after this period, you can still grab it for £9.99. The discounted deal ends on September 15th.

Those of you waiting for this service on iOS still don’t have a clear picture as to hen the app will arrive, but judging by the fact that iTunes Match is now working almost world-wide, there might not be a need for a rush.

Via: MoDaCo

Source: Google Support

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