After Google I/O, many Europeans were disappointed they would probably never see any of the new features for another few months, with Google sticking to its policy of being as slow as possible with worldwide updates.
Google Play Music All Access was revealed as the new music subscription service, for $9.99 users were able to listen to every track from the Google Play Music store via streaming.
The name was a little too long for some people and the price was a little too steep, but it seems Google has made adequate subscriptions since its arrival on the US Android store, it will now be coming to Europe after three months.
This will not be available across all of Europe and like many would expect it will not be coming to Germany. The greenlit countries are Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, and the UK.
In the UK the price will be £7.99 and in Europe it will also be €7.99 if the user subscribes before September 15. This is a rough exchange deal for the UK in currency. After the deal, it will be £9.99 or €9.99 we suspect.
We are glad Google has brought All Access to Europe and we hope a full rollout will come soon to more countries. With legal music agreements, we are surprised Google actually brought this outside the US.