Google Play Music All Access now available in India
- Author: Arturo Norris Apr 09, 2017,
Apr 09, 2017, 22:05
Google has integrated contextual tools into G. Play Music, leveraging the power of the machine to learn to recommend music based on the preferences, activity, and location of the listener. The new version of the OS brings some big upgrades and aims to make the watch more of a standalone device with its own apps and Play Store. But now, finally, they have made the announcement that they will also be able to stream all the music they want if they subscribe to Google Play Music All Access. It is cheaper than Apple Music, and nearly at par with the others.
As an introductory offer, the service is available for a discounted subscription of Rs89 per month, in case the user signs up within the first 45 days. "Google Play Music" will also allow users to stream music using minimal data on mobile.
It boasts to offers a music catalogue with more than 40 million song list of Indi-pop, classical, international, Ghazals, Bollywood, Old hits, romantic, regional, hip hop, party, devotional, music for workout, sufi and much more.
Google is a late participant in the streaming industry in India compared to local players like Saavn, Gaana, and Wynk.
"With "Google Play Music" subscription, Indian subscribers can listen to their favourite music across a variety of languages, including Hindi, English, Tamil and more", said Elias Roman, Lead Product Manager at Google Play Music. So relax at home, while working in the gym or exploring a new city, Google Play Music personalized music depending on where you are and why you are listening. Additionally, users can also upload up to 50,000 songs within the Play Music app which will be saved on Cloud. From this latest subscription, you can enjoy a lot with unlimited streaming and download.