Need some music right now to make whatever you’re doing better? Even if you’re not already a Google Play Music subscriber, Google has got you covered. Google Play Music now has a free, ad-supported version in the U.S., giving you a new way to find just the right music—and giving artists another way to earn revenue. In less time than it takes you to read this sentence, you could be exercising with Drop-a-Beat Workout, cooling off with ,or spending quality time with Songs To Raise Your Kids To.
At any moment in your day, Google Play Music has whatever you need music for—from working, to working out, to working it on the dance floor—and gives you curated radio stations to make whatever you’re doing better. The team of music experts, including the folks who created Songza, crafts each station song by song so you don’t have to. If you’re looking for something specific, you can browse our curated stations by genre, mood, decade or activity, or you can search for your favorite artist, album or song to instantly create a station of similar music.
“We hope you’ll enjoy it so much that you’ll consider subscribing to Google Play Music to play without ads, take your music offline, create your own playlists, and listen to any of the 30 million songs in our library on any device and as much as you’d like. You’ll also get ad-free, offline and background features for music videos on YouTube. And with or without a subscription, you can store and play up to 50,000 songs from your own collection for free.” Reads in part a post on the official Google Blog.
The new free, ad-supported version of Google Play Music is launching first in the U.S. It’s available on the web today, and is rolling out this week to Android and iOS. For the African music lovers, we may have to wait a little longer for this new feature to be rolled out on the web for access in Africa, we are not so impressed with the “Sorry! Music on Google Play is not available in your country yet. We’re working to bring the content you love to more countries as quickly as possible. Please check back again soon.” message when trying to access Google play music on the web.