May 16 2013, 12:55am CDT | by Gene Ryan Briones
The rumors were true. Following the buzz that Google has signed licensing deals with giant recording companies, Google took to the stage at Google I/O to officially announce Google Play Music All Access, a new monthly music subscription service that lets users listen to millions of songs across their devices.
For $9.99 a month, users can browse through millions of songs as well as create their own radio stations from the songs and the artists that they love. What's more is that users can also store 20,000 songs for free in the cloud and listen to them alongside the "All Access" catalog.
To kick start the service, Google is offering a free trial for interested music fans. For those who will avail the trial up until June 30th, they will be entitled to a special monthly fee of $7.99.
Source: Digital Music News
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