After coming to Serbia and South Africa, Google Play Music is now playing for the whole family. Not that this music streaming service isn’t available for your loved ones but Google just offered a new family plan. Instead of individual subscriptions, a family of six members can enjoy a joint account for a cheaper price. For only $14.99, you can enjoy unlimited access to over 35 million songs on Google’s music library without the annoying ads.

The whole family can share the plan and stream their favorite songs and albums at the same time. It can be a perfect gift for the whole family. Coming for a family of music lovers, this will be ideal for all of us. The price is very affordable and you only need to pay one time for everyone monthly. Not being used won’t be a problem because a lot of people depend on music streaming these days.

It seems that the Internet giant has bigger plans for Google Play Music. Earlier this month, it offered free music streaming for Canada residents. Songza is being fully integrated to the service and will soon shut down. Arriving on the music streaming service are podcasts, and the “plug in” service in Japan. Google Play Music also rolled out in more countries a few months ago and Chromecast integration was recently revised.

Instead of the $9.99/monthly fee you need to pay for the Google Play Music individual subscription, the $14.99 is quite attractive. This Google Family Music Family Plan offer is now available in the United States, Canada, Australia, France, United Kingdom, and Germany.

SOURCE: Official Android Blog