Google Play Music Goes Live In Australia, New Zealand & More European Countries


Google has announced that Google Play Music is now available in Austria, Australia, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, and Portugal. The free service, which allows you to store 20,000 tracks in the cloud, is accessible on Android, via a web browser on your computer, or via third-party apps on other platforms.

I love Google Play Music, because it allows me to upload my entire iTunes library to the cloud and they enjoy it on a whole host of devices — without taking up any of the storage space on the devices themselves. All you need is a Google Music client — which comes pre-installed on Android — and a data connection.

The service is completely free, providing you don’t exceed 20,000 tracks, and any music you purchase on Google Play is automatically added to your Google Music library. You can also authorize up to ten devices at once, so you can access your music no matter which smartphone, tablet, or computer you’re using.

Check out the Google Music trailer below.

Google Music is also available in the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany, Italy, and Spain.