Google today at its I/O 2013 Developer Conference unveiled a whole new music streaming service dubbed as Google Music All Access. The company will compete the market players like Spotify, Rdio and Pandora. The service will cost $9.99 per month while if you start a trial by June 30th, you’ll pay $7.99 per month and will be launching in US today.
“Music unites us, it’s universal,” says Google’s Chris Yerga. “We set out to build a music service that didn’t just give you access to a world of music, but helped to guide you through it.”
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