Posts tagged with: Google Music All Access
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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 ...

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    Earlier this month, Google introduced Google Play All Access during its I/O 2013 keynote. The service gives users the opportunity to access both custom streaming radio stations and on-demand track playback for about $10 a month - $8 if you get you subscription going before the end of June. That was cool if you were an Android user or just wanted to access the music over the web, but what about native support for other platforms? We've seen third-party work-arounds (really just dressing-up the web-based All Access) but so far nothing from Google itself. Well, after dropping the Nexus ...

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    Though the Google I/O 2013 opening keynote may not have yielded all the awesome things we wanted, such as new hardware or even a new version of Android, but we walked away with at least one new service worth getting excited over, at least for music fans. Google Play Music All Access. Google Play Music All Access is two things: a name that is entirely too long and an add-on subscription music service to Google's existing Play Music digital catalog. Play Music allows users to upload up to 20,000 of their own songs to an online library for free, and any music purchases from Play are added to ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about HP's new SlateBook X2 and what this means to their efforts to bring Android into their ecosystem. We later talk about Google I/O starting with the new APIs, Services and Google Play Games, and then include things like Google+, Search enhancements, maps, etc. We then go through Google Music All Access and cover some of the included features. We end today's show talking about what Google I/O didn't release, mixed with the fact that a Galaxy S 4 running stock Android is awesome. All this and more after the break. Stories: - HP SlateBook X2 ...

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