Google Music Now Available In Australia

  • Available in 6 other countries
  • Stream on any Android device
  • Artist Hub

Google has added seven more countries to its growing list of Google Music serviced areas.

  • Available in 6 other countries
  • Stream on any Android device
  • Artist Hub

Google has added seven more countries to its growing list of Google Music serviced areas.

Starting today consumers in Austria, Australia, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, New Zealand and Portugal will now have access to Google’s free music storage service. This means that users from the said areas will now have the ability to store up to 20,000 pre-purchased songs on Google Play and stream them via an Android device or the web.

In addition to the basic Music streaming and storage services, the company has also announced that several of the countries will also get the “Artist Hub” platform, which serves as a direct route for local artists to sell their music directly to listeners.

Google’s music storage service has been around since 2011 with tie-ups from various major record labels and is a direct competitor of Apple’s iTunes store in iOS which also sells similar digital merchandise including songs, books and movie rentals.

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