Google Play Music Arrive’s in Canada.
As of today, after hearing the receive the calls of hundreds of thousands of Canadians shouting for more diverse choice when it come down to digital music, Google had decided to make all three tenets of Play Music available nationwide. Boasting a total of 25 million tracks, which include many Canadian artist that are not available in the United States, Pla Music shall be offering an introductory priced at $7.99 a month, with 30-day free trail, until June 30th, after which time it shall return to its regular $9.99 a month price.
Play Music all Access has transformed immensely since it launching during the previous summer, and the product that Canada shall receive is much mature and shall go against other services such as, Rdio, Deezer, Slacker Radio and even Songza.
All Access shall allow users to search for artist or albums and save them to the Library, and even cache them offline, for later uses. But it also has a heavily-curated Radio portion that utilizes Google’s search algorithm to determine a User’s most appropriate track list. Radio stations and playlist can even be stored in their fullest for offline listening.
An editorial feature also exist, with the album reviews and featured artist. Google is even launching an Artist Spotlight feature during the next couple of weeks, allowing for independent artist to upload their albums and EPs for more exposure and direct access to royalties.
Play Music is pre-installed on all Android devices, and can be downloaded for iOS from the Apple App Store.