Google Play Music

If you haven't used a previous trial, Google is giving 60 days of all-you-can-listen to Chromebook users

Google Play Music All Access is pretty sweet. You can add any album to your library, listen to ad-free Internet Radio based on genre or based on a particular song, artist or album, or even try the "I'm Feeling Lucky" feature and see what you get. We all use it here around the office, and if it's available in your country, it's something you ought to at least take a look at.

If you have a Chromebook, looking just got easier.

Google is now givng away a 60-day trial of All Access when you sign up via your Chromebook. This offer doesn't extend to people who have already tried the service via another offer, or existing customers.

Spend your 60 days listening to classics, old favorites, or exploring new music. When the trial is up, you can extend and enroll in the service for $9.99 per month, charged via Google Wallet like any other app subscription. If you decide not to use it, just cancel and all is good. You won't know until you try!

Source: +Google Play. Thanks, Chad!


Reader comments

Get a Google Play Music All Access 60-day trial if you have a Chromebook


I don't own a Chromebook and I got this email this morning.

Posted via my SPARK enabled Sprint LG G2, that's constantly laughing at my wife's T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 with borked sdcard support on 4.4.2...

I do have a Chromebook, and I tried to use the free trial offer, but I quickly learned that Google does, in fact, keep records on us, and it quickly let me know I wasn't eligible for this offer.

I was given this offer when I activated a new Chromebook two weeks ago. It's a smart move by Google. I had no interest in All Access until I got the free I'll probably end up subscribing, it's that good. I usually end up spending close to ten a month on music anyway, so this is a win for me.

If they'd add in Sleep function and Wake/Alarm to Play Music I'd quit using Pandora all together

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I just activated the offer on Chrombook - but does that mean that you get the offer on and android samsung s4 aswell?

I also received the email this morning about the 60 day trial. No chromebook here, but will probably try it out. I just started using Milk on my s4 though. Pretty solid and free. Pretty hard to compete with that.

Note... if you already had the free trial at launch you won't get it again

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Note to Google: $9.99 does not equal £9.99. Paying price premiums for services that often lag in roll outs of features is not overly tempting and leaves a bad taste in the mouth.

It's called licensing. Obviously, the British record industry is charging Google more for access to the same music that they are able to provide for $9.99 in the US. It's not Google's fault, it's the UK's licensing deals. Take it up with them.