Google has been making some waves lately with its new streaming service Music Pass, which lets you listen to music from all over the world.
And Google is also giving away the $99.99 price tag for those who sign up for the service.
But the service itself isn’t exactly new to Australia, as it’s been around since 2016, and has seen success in some other markets, like the United States.
The first version of Music Pass was launched in Australia earlier this year, and while there are many other streaming services around, it’s the company’s US-based competitor, Spotify, that has gained the most traction.
It’s worth noting that, as of now, the service doesn’t include the option to buy music on-demand, although Google is promising to add that in the near future.
But in a nutshell, Music Pass is essentially a cheaper alternative to streaming services like Spotify.
You can listen to your favourite songs and play them through a playlist, but there’s no need to purchase the songs individually, or listen to them all at once.
You’ll also be able to listen to a selection of Australian artists, as well as other music from around the world, as long as you have an internet connection.
So you can pick up a new favourite song at a relatively cheap rate, and be able stream them to your smartphone and tablet.
Google has said that the service has been downloaded more than 2.7 million times, and that more than two-thirds of users have listened to music on the service at least once.
It will also be interesting to see how much Google is willing to give away to those who have signed up for Music Pass in the future.
Spotify, which is now owned by Google, has a huge library of music, and it’s expected that it will continue to increase its music offerings in Australia.
But Google is expected to offer more exclusive content, such as new songs and artists, to its Music Pass users.
The US company also launched a Spotify-branded music streaming service called Play Music Unlimited in the United Kingdom, but Google’s Music Pass service is still only available in Australia, which might leave Australians wanting more.