Google today finally launched Google Play Music in Canada, two-and-a-half years after first debuting the service back in November 2011. Canadians can finally listen to custom radio without rules (over 20 million songs), store 20,000 songs for free online, and listen to them alongside the All Access catalogue on any Android device or on the Web.


The service has a launch price of $7.99 CAD per month, with the first 30 days free. Regular pricing for those who sign up after June 30 will be $9.99 CAD per month with the first 30 days free. Alternatively, Google is offering a free 60-day trial, but only today, which you can grab now at

See also – Google Play Music now lets you drag and drop to upload songs, but only in Chrome and Google Research releases Music Timeline, a visualization of artists and genres over the decades