Play Music and All Access arrive in Canada

May 5, 2014
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Canada, you’ve got music. Google has finally made Play Music available to Canadian users, bringing the streaming functionality much of the rest of the world has been enjoying for some time now. In addition, Canadians will get a special offer to try it out.


For today — and today only — Canadian users can get access to Play Music All Access free for 60 days. The free trial is only redeemable today, so if you’re interested, stop reading and hit the link below to claim your trial!

All Access and Play Music are two of the better offers for cloud music. Google lets you store 20,000 tracks free of charge, and All Access’ catalog is growing daily. Google claims the service has over 20 million tracks to choose from, too.

We’re sure our Canadian readers are well versed in Play Music and All Access, so we’ll simply encourage everyone to sign up. We test a lot of apps and services, and Play Music is still a go-to around the Android Community offices. On the go, at home, even Chromecasting — Play Music has it all.

Source: Google


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  • Samuel Oliveira

    “bringing the streaming functionality much of the rest of the world has been enjoying for some time now.” – Man your world is tiny… Don’t you know that Latin America has zero countries with Play Music and All Access services?

    • AbbyZFresh

      Mexico has Play Music.

      • Samuel Oliveira

        You’re right. I missed that when I said “latin america” when I was trying to meant “South America” LOL