Google streams music now also in Germany

Google launches it music streaming service “All Access” under the new name “All-inclusive” also in Germany. This service was in the US already in May 2013 available, it competes with Spotify, Rdio and Napster.

  • Pressekonferenz in Berlin
    Quelle: Rainer Jensen / Google Germany

Google did not reinvent the wheel, but offers a package which is compareable to the services offers by the competitors. The streaming service integrates well with the music collection which can be stored either in the cloud or on a local computer / device. Google offers more than 20 million titles. As with the competitors the first month is free, then the costs are 9,99 Euro per month. For customers who decide to register before 15 January 2014 a discount will be offered (7,99 Euro per month).

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