Now Stream Music On Google Play Music In India With All Access At Just Rs 89

Now Stream Music On Google Play Music In India With All Access At Just Rs 89: Just last year in September Google has launched Google Play Store in India and now comes the Google Play Music ‘All Access’ service. Previously you were only able to download music from Google Store in India but now with the launch of All Access streaming service, you can listen to any song easily.

Now Stream Music On Google Play Music In India With All Access At Just Rs 89

By subscribing to Google Music’s ‘All Access’ service you can stream the whole song library of Google without any restriction. The feature came with the latest update. You just have to launch the Google Play Music app and login with your Google account. Then just follow the instructions and app will prompt you to select the genre of your choice and select favorite singers from the same genre. You can even watch videos from the same app.

Google Play Music All Access was not available in India until now but you could only download the music you love. Google did take a good decision but it seems a little late as most of the users in India are already using some of the best music streaming apps like Saavn, Apple Music, Hungama, Gaana, Airtel Wynk, and more. We have also compiled a list of 10 best free apps and websites to Stream Online Music.

To overcome these competitions Google has decided to provide the ‘All Access’ music streaming service at the lowest price in the market. Indian users can subscribe and stream music on Google Play Music in India with All Access At Just Rs 89 per month which leads to USD 1.3. For the trial, users will get 30 days free access to all features without requiring to enter your credit card information.

Some users have reported that they are only getting 14 days of free subscription but we are not sure about the reason. It is worth mentioning that by registering to ‘All Access’ you will not get the access to YouTube Red. YouTube Red subscription gives you an ad-free access to YouTube.

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