Google Play Music is the official Google application where you can listen to millions of music directly from your Android smartphone phones, through streaming, and without storing music into the device’s memory. The app works online and stores all the music in the cloud. The app allows users to listen to an entire music collection from anywhere. All of the albums and songs are stored online through a user account, and you will never have to worry about storage space on your phone. With this app, you can download music for free and listen to it offline. Additionally, any song you purchase will automatically appear in your music collection. But it shows advertisements on this app.
*Radio curated by experts for anything you want to hear
*Store up to 50,000 songs from your personal music collection
*Discover and subscribe to podcasts
*Smart recommendations based on your taste
*Listen on Android, iOS, and the web
To listen to music uninterruptedly just go for the paid play. Subscribe to get on-demand access to millions of songs and download anything to listen to even when you’re not connected – or sign up for the family plan on Android to provide access for up to six family members for one low price. Plus, subscriptions come with YouTube Music Premium membership, so you can enjoy YouTube Music ad-free, in the background, and offline. Just download the app and login with any google account and start to listen to music for free. But in November 2020 Google Play Music is discontinued and when you now open this app it redirects you to the Youtube Music app.
*The family plan, where up to six family members can enjoy Google Play Music for one low price.
*On-demand access to over 35 million songs
*YouTube Music Premium membership
*Download music to your device and listen when you’re not connected
*Ad-free, uninterrupted listening
Best Alternatives of Google Play Music:
- 1) Spotify Music
- 2) Gaana
- 3) Amazon prime music
- 4) YouTube Music
- 5) Jiosaavn