Google Play Music is a music streaming service and online music cabinet operated by Google for the Android operating system. Included in Google Play. A "All Access" subscription, which is sold with YouTube Red for $ 9.99 a month, allows users to post any song in the Google Play Music catalog on demand with the ability to create geographic and musical instruments. The monthly service for "Full Access" for up to 6 family members is US $ 14.99. Users can purchase additional pieces for their library from the Google Music store. Users with standard accounts can upload up to 50,000 songs from their personal library and listen for free. [1] In addition to offering music streaming for devices connected to the Internet, the Google Play Music mobile app allows you to store and listen to music offline. Google Play Music 2015 logo The service allows users to preview 90 seconds (30 seconds for songs shorter than 2:30). Simultaneous playback is limited to one device with asynchronous playback 10 devices (4 for Full Access). Service 50,000 songs free online storage and listening; Chromecast support; It includes access to 35 million songs for private radio stations and "Full Access". [2] Currently, MP3, Advanced Audio Coding, Windows Media Audio, FLAC, Ogg, MPEG-4, MPEG-4 Part 14 formats are supported. [3] Google Play Music offers more than 35 million tracks for purchasing or publishing. Currently available in 63 countries for Android and iOS devices, web browsers and various media players (such as Sonos and Chromecast).

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