Google this week brought its Play Music to Canadians.
The streaming services gives Canadians accessed to 25 million songs on virtually any device for a “special launch price” of $8 (in July it will be bumped up to $10, Google says).
“Google Play Music lets you create an ad-free, interactive radio station from any song or artist you love,” the company explains. “You can add, remove or re-order your station and see what’s coming next. Or you can browse recommendations from our expert music team and explore songs by genre. The ‘Listen Now’ tab puts artists and radio stations we think you’ll like front and center so you can start listening the minute you open your library.”
Google Play Music also lets users combine its collection with your own collection; yu can store 20,000 songs for free online, and listen to them alongside the All Access catalogue on any Android or iOS device, or via the web. And “pinned” albums or playlist songs can be accessed while offline.