Google Doubles the Time Required to Find Out if Play Music All Access is Worth It
Google Play Music All Access has been on scene now for a couple years and has been through many praises and insults. Besides having a long name, the service hasn’t completely replaced other streaming music apps completely yet. Now Google is granting you more time before you’re going to have to pay for the service.
Play Music is a free service initially but after the first 30 days, Google charges you $9.99 to keep the All Access portion of it. All Access grants streaming millions of songs through the Google Play catalogue with having to sit through ads and you can also listen to mood, genre, or artist based radio stations that will play songs similar to the theme. Plus you can sync your personal library of up to 50,000 songs to all of your devices.
Of course this doesn’t affect previous users, only new users, but now if you want to try the service Google is allowing 60 days before committing to the $9.99 charge. Hopefully this new charge will allow Google to overcome Spotify and Pandora’s deals and offerings.