Google launches Google Play Music with unlimited streaming from Australia
Google has launched a music streaming service with a huge list of artists it has worked with over the years.
The service will be available on Android, and can be used for unlimited music playback.
It will also have a “playlists” section with a “library” section, where users can listen to their favourite songs.
It’s worth noting that Google Music is currently only available in Australia.
There are a few other things you need to know about Google Music.
You need to be in the US and have Google Play installed.
The service has to be on the Google Play store and you can’t have paid in-app purchases.
Google is not able to give out any paid songs.
The app also has to have Google Voice, a virtual assistant that Google has said it plans to “open-source” in the near future.
The Android version of the service is currently $8.99, and is available for $9.99.
It will be launched in early September.