Google Play Music All Access goes live in India, free trial for 1 month, Rs. 89 per month after that

Google Play Music Subscription India

Google Play Music went live in India back in September last year to upload songs from your library and purchase songs separately, but it did not launch All Access at that time. Google Play Music All Access also called Subscription has finally gone live in India today. This offers free unlimited streaming and downloads of millions of songs, personalized recommendations without ads, unlimited skips and choice of songs, albums, and playlists.

Google Play Music Subscription India desktop

You can already upload up to 50,000 songs from your collection to Play Music and stream it for free. Podcasts is not available in India yet. Google says that Google Play Music offers a music catalogue of over 40 million songs.

Google also offers free trial of Google Play Music subscriptions for 30 days. After the free trial you need to pay Rs. 89 per month, which is a limited period offer that you will get only when you sign up before May 18, 2017 or within the first 45 days. Price might increase after that. This is currently the cheapest music subscription service in India. Apple Music costs Rs. 120 per month, while Wynk Music, Saavn Pro, Gaana+ and Hungama subscription cost Rs. 99 per month each.

Commenting on the launch, Elias Roman, Lead Product Manager, Google Play Music said:

With Google Play Music subscription, Indian subscribers can listen to their favourite music across a variety of languages, including Hindi, English, Tamil and more. This music can be accessed from any device with your Google Account. To make the experience deeply personalized, we’ve plugged into Google’s understanding of context and machine learning to recommend the right music at the right moment based on each listener’s preference, place and activity.

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