Google Play Music All Access arrives in 9 South and Central American countries

Google Play Music All Access arrives in 9 South and Central American countries

Google’s incredibly wordy Google Play Music All Access streaming-music service is expanding to nine Central and South American countries.

The new countries include: The Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panamá, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Music lovers in these countries can now sign up for Google’s subscription-based music service that also includes access to a user’s uploaded music. A feature Rdio, Rhapsody and Spotify don’t offer.

For users with eclectic tastes in artists that might not otherwise be available on a streaming service, Google Play Music All Access is a great way to have that music interspersed with streaming songs.

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