Google Play Music All Access is now available in Germany. Free 30-day trial of Google's streaming music service is available now for the new subscribers.
Google has officially launched its cross-platform music streaming service in another key European country. Google Play Music All Access is now available in Germany. Google has announced to launch its on-demand music streaming service in Germany in a Google+ post.
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Now Germans can also "stream millions of songs, instantly, on any device and store up to 20,000 of your songs for free." Google also said that German users can now "also enjoy custom radio from any song, artist or genre, with no skip limits." They can now easily enjoy their favorite music on-the-go.
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Google Play Music All Access regular subscription is available for €9.99/month. But Google has also offered a 30-days free trail for the new listeners. And after a month, these new Google Play Music subscribers can get the access on a discounted price of €7.99/month. But this discounted price is available only for those new subscribers who will sign up before January 15, 2014.