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Today at Google I/O, the company announced All Access an additional streaming music service of Google Play Music.  With All Access you can immediately start playing any song and even turn it into a radio station.  If you decide to start a radio station, All Access will add in other songs that are similar and you can even remove songs from the radio playlist by swiping away the song,”It’s radio without rules,” said Chris Yerga, Engineering Director of Android.

With All Access you can also add tracks to your library that you previously did not have with the click of a button.  Now your Google Play music library will include all tracks you have uploaded, plus all tracks you’ve discovered or added via All Access.

Listen Now is another neat feature that brings the power of Google to discover new music. The Listen Now feature includes tracks you’ve added to library, as well as other tracks you have played recently, new releases from artists you like, and also radio stations with music you are likely to enjoy.

All Access is priced at $9.99 per month in the U.S. and Google is also giving a 30 day free trial.  If you start your trial before June 30, 2013, you only have to pay $7.99 per month for All Access.  And best of all, it’s launching today.

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