Search giant Google has made the official announcement of the launch of its music streaming service, Google Play Music, in Canada.
The music lovers in Canada will have a real fun as the service is launched at an introductory price of $7.99/month for a subscription which will allow listeners to access their own music collections as well as more than 25 million songs in Google Play on any device.
Google is offering the new service for a 30-day free trial. After completion of the trial period, customers can avail the service with a launch price of $7.99 before June 30. From July 1, the introductory price will surge to USD $9.99/month.
The launch comes three years after Google first unveiled its music service in the United States and close to an year after the search giant expanded with its subscription all access streaming music service.
The music aficionados in Canada can create their own radio stations with their favourite artists and songs. The new service will have an “I’m Feeling Lucky Radio” option that will create song mixes for the users.
Google Play Music will also allow its subscribers to store up to 20,000 songs in their own music collections online. They can even mix their own music in playlists with music from Google’s collection. Moreover, songs and albums can also be bought online with Google Play Music.