Do you love music and also saving money? Then you should cancel whatever streaming music service you’re signed up for and team up with five friends to get the new $15 Spotify Family plan. Seriously, you’re throwing away money if you don’t.
There, I said it.
Last week, Google launched YouTube Music to a few cheers, a few groans, and a lot of “don’t they already have a music service?” In fact, they have several: Google Play Music and YouTube Red, for starters. But don’t be fooled—they seem separate, but they actually complement one another.
Google Music All Access users are reporting that they've received an email inviting them to join the ranks of Glass Explorers. (Here's the sign up page you can try if you didn't get the email.) As far we can tell it's the first time Google has opened up the program to a subset of its users without demanding that they…
You can now buy a music subscription from Google. Here's everything you need to know about Google's crack at rocketing to the top of the charts. Get ready for Google Play Access.
According to the Financial Times, Google is currently in talks with "big music labels to launch a streaming service to compete with companies such as Spotify." Google previously launched its own digital music store over a year ago but this service will be different than the digital tunes shop, Google's streaming music…
So you like actually "owning" your digital music? You could make a legit playlist out of the 29 albums on sale at Google Music right now.
According to the usual band of invisible anonymous sources, the Wall Street Journal says Google's cooking up its own AirPlay rival. Are they? Probably!
Remember a while back when you uploaded all that audio to Google Music? Good news! You can download those tunes now.
The key to Google Music's growing adoption is its deep integration with Android. It's hard to complain about a storage locker that'll let you store 20,000 songs for free, but there's a simple bug that's basically hamstringing it.
For a limited time Google Music is selling more than half a million records for under $4.99 as well as 10 million tracks for just $.49. That's really cheap. What's the catch? There doesn't appear to be one.
One of the coolest features of Google Music is the free jams they're giving away every day. We went through and picked out some our favorites from the list for your listening pleasure.
Google Music is out of beta and it pretty much does everything we thought it would. It will let you buy, store, stream and share tracks you already own. Sounds familiar... maybe because it's an entirely unoriginal idea.
Google's digital music warehouse is here, and it's a lot more than just a store. Open today, Google Music will also hold and stream 20,000 tracks in your library. Free. Too bad it's missing a giant record label.
After cautiously watching Apple to see how this whole "downloading music" thing panned out, Google will unveil its online music store this afternoon. Will it become your new favorite place to grab songs? Maybe! Here's all the (rumored) dirt.
The search giant sent out invitations to an event for November 16. The invite states that "These Go To Eleven," a reference to the Spinal Tap joke and a clue that it'll be talking about its Google Music service.