Google Play Music All Access now available in Germany

Good news for Google using folks and music fans in Germany, Mountain View has finally made Google Play Music All Access available there. While the iPhone version may have only just joined us, Germany has been waiting about four months since the service first landed on European shores.

As with other locations, All Access is Germany comes with a free 30-day trial, and to tempt folks to get on board a special reduced subscription rate of €7.99 is in effect if you sign up before January 15. After that, it's back up to the regular price of €9.99.

And if you're reading this, there's a good chance you'll need the application as well, so we've got you covered with a handy download link below. If you're in Germany and signing up for the first time, jump into the comments and let us know how you find it.

Source: Google via Android Central

Richard Devine

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