Google Play Music All Access is a great service. Though Spotify is the first name that comes to people’s minds when it comes to music streaming, Google’s service is absolutely worth the money, and many prefer it over the competitors.
To celebrate the Fourth of July, Google is offering a ... Read More »
Google Play Music occasionally offers free albums for people to download, and this time they made a really good selection. The service is offering the album “We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.” by Jason Mraz for free.
This album is fantastic. You may have heard a few of the songs on the radio (again and again ... Read More »
Months back, we got word from Google that the company would be launching podcast support directly within Google Play Music. Well, that was back in October, and the company has maintained radio silence since then, with the only updates being random testing of the interface for some users. But today brings in new ... Read More »
Kanye’s latest album, The Life of Pablo, released as an exclusive on the music service Tidal. Kanye claimed it would never come to other music services, which made Tidal quite popular for a while. But of course, after the free trials were over, Tidal popularity dropped again. Not that many people were willing to pay ... Read More »
Google is running an impressive sale right now across all of Google Play with some solid deals on apps, music, movies and books. Some of the deepest discounts can be found on apps, with a total of 28 apps all available for 99 cents, including some typically pricey audio software from DJiT and ... Read More »
Play Music pricing is competitive with the rest of the streaming music world at $9.99 a month, and for YouTube fans the added bonus of ad-free bliss with YouTube Red makes it an even more compelling offer. But regardless of whether the standard pricing is fair or not, I’m sure no one is ... Read More »
Well, it would seem that when Bill Simmons let slip yesterday that podcasts would be hitting Google Play Music soon, he hadn’t jumped the gun by much. Some users are now seeing the podcast integration in Play Music, but as is so often the case with Google, this is happening server side and ... Read More »
We’ve known since October that support for podcasts would be coming to Play Music, but the when has remained a mystery. Today Bill Simmons, host of the popular BS Podcast, took to Twitter to tell fans that the podcast would be available on the new platform when it launches later this month.
The Play Music family plan that we heard about back in September has finally become a reality. You can subscribe in the next few days for $14.99 a month, and that will include you and up to five additional family members. The plan will be available in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, France, ... Read More »