Google Play Music All Access Now Available for Our Neighbors to the North

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The country that introduced the world to the first walkie talkies, pagers, and butter tarts can now access Google’s All Access through Play Music. Starting today, Canada has the ability to stream a library of 20 million songs with no ads right to their Android devices, all for the low monthly cost of just $9.99. 

If you happen to live in Canada, and are skeptic to the awesomeness of All Access, just ask anyone who uses it. Since its launch, I have yet to be even remotely tempted to leave it. With the ability to add songs to your library, which can then be made available for offline use, it’s as if you own every album ever released.

However, Google still lacks licenses to a few heavily important discographies; most notably The Beatles, Metallica, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, and plenty others. Google does make up for it though, with access to plenty of other great artists, as well as a vast variety of lesser-known artists.

If you are in Canada, get to rockin’.

Via: Google | @GooglePlay



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