Google Play Music
Google took the wraps off Google Play Music All Access, a new music subscription service that offers music playlists and suggestions based on the songs you already own and love. The service is already full of music of Google Play Music, and the songs that you see may be reproduced or converted to a streaming radio station.
Google Play Music All Access is both a search engine combining music and internet radio station. You can control the streaming radio to the track, and look at the songs to come, slip away songs you do not want to hear, and drag songs you know that you like to the top. You can also select the song that you know you like, set up a radio station based on it, and hit play to enjoy music.
The new Google Play Music also includes a feature called “hearing”, which gives access to the new radio station All Access and suggestions from your own music library. You can mix and match all you want, listen to your own music and songs suggested, and access it on Android phones, Tablet PC and the Web, starting today. A subscription to All Access will cost $ 10 per month (U.S. only for now), with a 30-day free trial. If you register before June 30 can register for $ 8/month. The service is launching today, hit the link for more information (and to register).