Google has finally brought its Google Play Music to the Indian audience at an introductory rate of Rs.89/month. Competing with the likes of Apple Music, Gaana, Saavn and Wynk among others; Google Play Music allows users to stream, download and listen to a wide range of songs offline.
Offering a catalogue of over 40 million local and international hit songs, you can search for your favourites by language, artists and music directors, and even watch their videos then and there. Various contextual and machine learning tools have also been integrated which would recommend songs based on the users’ preference, location etc.
There’s also a facility to curate playlists for specific occasions. Personalised music, now who wouldn’t want that?
With Google Play Music subscription, Indian subscribers can listen to music across a variety of languages, including the regional ones.
To access the Google Play services you need a Google account. A genre selection screen containing a plethora of regional and international music will appear before you, once you’ve signed in. To download the app visit the Google Play Store or the App Store. The service would be available at Rs.89/month to users who sign up within the first 45 days.