Google announce music streaming service
Google have entered the music streaming market.
The internet giant are launching Google Play Music All Access to rival the likes of Spotify and Pandora.
The service is initially available to users in the US, with a $9.99 (£6.60) monthly charge.
It will be available via Andriod mobile devices or through the web, with users able to add songs to playlists manually and receive recommendations.
Speaking about the service, which currently contains "millions" of songs, Google's Chris Yerga said: "Music unites us. It's universal. With ubiquitous mobile devices, there's the potential to bring that joy with us wherever we are."
Google Play Music All Access is due to be rolled out in other countries around the world in the future.
Watch Google announce their streaming service below:
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