Imagine being able to listen to just about anything you want to. Everything from your library, from the internet, from existence. All there, all the time and for practically nothing. Yeah, you know you want it. Google Play Music All Access is just that, and it only costs $9.99 a month. And if you start the trial by June 30th, your monthly subscription will be grandfathered in at $7.99 a month. You’d honestly have to either be crazy or an idiot not to invest in this.
Google’s Play Music All Access, which I’m now abbreviating GPMAA, is Google’s super answer to what is probably every competitor in the industry. That’s right. You heard it here first. Google has the power to outright annihilate Apple, Spotify, Rdio, iRadio, and everything in between. Just give it time, and it will happen.
I’ve tried the service this weekend, and let me tell you: it’s fast. So fast. So usable. So amazing. It’s sad we never had anything like this before. It has the massive selection of Spotify combined with the simplicity and organization of iTunes, but without any unnecessary clutter. Google has truly done it. And they did it right the first time.
Do yourself a favor, try it out. If you don’t like it, don’t use it ever again. You can opt out after the 30 days if you so choose. But trust me, you won’t ever opt out. You’d be at a total disadvantage if you did. Seriously.
I am in NO WAY affiliated with Google. I am a happy customer looking to spread some love and good advice.