The time of the CD seems to be from 2013 really is over. In this year the biggest record store of the Netherlands, the Free Record Shop is bankrupt because there are almost no CD's will be sold. In its place came digital music files (MP3's).
Although MP3's can still be used much seems like the future to sit in the stream of music. You are never the owner of the music files but are always available via the internet. With Google Play Music you can both digital music files buy music streaming.
As a reaction to the popular music streaming services such as Spotify and Deezer, Google has also its own music service launched. This service is called Google Play Music. Unfortunately the mobile app is initially only available for Android phones and tablets. Users with an iPhone, iPad or Windows device can not install app. When you click one of these devices, yet want to listen to music via Google Play Music you can within your mobile browser to the web app surfing.
As with similar services, this service also has a free and a paid version. With the free version you can make your own songs from your hard drive to the online storage to upload, and from there play. Up to 20,000 songs in the cloud (online storage) will be stored.
The stream of music is only possible with the paid version. This paid version is Google Play All Access called. Allows you to based on your selected artists and and songs a radio station together. Google Play Music All Access gives you suggestions for new music based on your music taste.
Google Play Music has the following characteristics:
Google Play Music screenshots
You can free download Google Play Music and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit, 86) from the official site.
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