Google Play Music

Google has enabled support for Google Play Music and All Access to the following new countries today: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Ukraine. Now folks in those parts of the world will be able to stream their own music from Google to any Android or iOS device — or their computer — as well as sign up for All Access and listen to Google's catalog of tunes for a monthly fee. We love seeing Google find a way to get services like this into more places.

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There are 11 comments

damo says:

Google's best kept secret. A name change and better marketing is all it needs now!

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guiiribeiro says:

I want in Brasil too!

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I want to know how many subscribers to All Access there is. I am hoping it will stay around and is successful. Its my favorite music option.

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Is anybody else having problems with music constantly downloading on all access
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seanjenkins says:

You sure it's not just the cache recently played tracks option? You can disable in the settings


Wow, just yesterday I was frustrated that this service wasn't available in Colombia and that Google was really taking their time to get here. And bam! I wake up to see this.

nildoamorim says:

The put it on Bolivia, Peru and Chile, but not in Brazil?
This doesnt make sense, we have Spotify, Dezzer, Rdio, Xbox Music...
Google is losing a huge market here in Brazil

mathiasjk says:

In before "What about Canada"

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Vytautas K says:

Does anybody knows when it will come to Lithuania? I am not talking about All Access, i mean Google play Music? Countries in Europe even now, doesn't this option...

Jay Shank says:

Wany in India soon

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infraRED23 says:

Bro... By the time we get it in India, I'll have an Xbox One by my TV...

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