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STREAMING: Google launches Google Play All Access in Germany as Google Play All-Inclusive
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 06.12.13 - 10:01:40 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 8626x
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The land of poets and thinkers, the land of Goethe and Schiller is also the land of one of the toughest digital rights and copyrights and therefore it took Google a little bit longer to bring its Google Play Music All Access service to Germany. But today, a year after it originally launched and months, after it hits the European neighbors, Google Play Music has also reached Germany as Google Play All-Inclusive. If you know Spotify, Deezer or Rdio, you know what it is about - it's a monthly music rental service. It allows to play millions of songs, instantly, on any Android and iOS device as well as on the web. On top of this, it brings custom radio which can be created from any song, album, artist or genre - with no skip limits.

Google Play Music All-Inclusive is now available for 7.99 Euro per months and can be tested for the first 30 days - free of charge. However, unlike other services it's much more limited. For instance is Google not offering a Windows Phone or Windows 8 client and there's also no integration into the Sonos music system. For pure mobile music and casual web streaming, it's indeed a good deal since it's 2 Euros cheaper than its competitors but it's also more limited.

Cheers ~ Arne

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