Google Play Music All Access now available in 9 new locations


Earlier today, Google launched its Google Play Music All Access streaming service in Ecuador, Guatemala, Uruguay, Paraguay, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Panama, El Salvador and Nicaragua. However, there have been some reports suggesting that the service is not yet live in all nine countries.

All Access was introduced back at Google I/O in May, 2013, to supply users with the ability to stream an abundance of songs on any Android device at any time, providing they have an active data connection — cellular or Wi-Fi.

Users can store up to 20,000 songs in an “Online Vault.”  These songs are uploaded to the Google Play Music secure server and are available to access via the web as well as from the Google Play Music app. However, once again, in order to play these tracks, you will need to have use of the internet.

This music service will set you back $9.99 and will give you access to unlimited streaming, offline storage, as well as personalized radio stations.

If you like the sound of Google Play Music — click the source link below to register for All Access.