Google Play Music Finally Launches In India!



Google Play Music is here, and it is what you expected.

After several unsuccessful attempts, the moment we've all waited here. Google Play Music is now available in India, and at first glance it seems that the entire catalog is available to customers in the country.

Individual tracks are priced at ₹ 15, which is more expensive than what you can find in music from Apple (₹ 9 per song) and you can buy albums for as low as ₹ 70 (Iron Maiden The excellent number of the beast), with price inflation ₹ 210 (Metallica S & M). If you are in the regional music, this article has most Bollywood albums released over the past 20 years.



Not like to sign up to play Music Premium for now, but you can upload up to 50,000 songs from your own music collection service. Podcasts are not available at the moment, but we will know as soon as available.

Google is certainly having a very busy week in India. Yesterday, the company launched a number of new features for local customers, including an optimized-2G Play store with the ability to schedule downloads of applications, fast Wi-Fi in public places, a lean YouTube application called Go YouTube designed to work primarily online, and more.



Indian readers, what you like most about Google Play Music? Let us know in the comments.

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