A free, ad-supported version of Google Play Music is now available in the US

A free, ad-supported version of Google Play Music is now available in the US

Here is great news for the Google users across US. Enhancing its services, it has gone and unveiled an ad-supported version of Google Play Music. It’s free for now.

Presently, available in US only, the free version of Google Play Music works sorts of like Pandora where users can browse through it number of radio stations and find songs according to their choice.

This offers wide range of songs ranging from old to latest featuring popular brands and artists.

This ad supporting version is going to help it in pulling users attention and score a point over its core competitors also. An interesting approach has been adopted by it this time. Its different from its earlier launched premium services like Apple Music and Tidal.

While using this app, the free version offers wide range music listening which can be played while driving, working, exercising, sitting with friends, bed time or simply in leisure time. It has all options to cater users and deliver them their choice songs anywhere anytime. The Google owned Songza had curated its stations.

Google sharing its details said that this ad supported version is meant to help expose consumers to its service. His will help these in  with the goal of converting users  to paid version  so they can access  content offline can develop their own playlists  and can stream music without any intermission.  This upgraded version is available at $9.99 a month.

Both paid and free users were able to access music from its own collection and play up to 50,000 songs. The user having room for yet another music streamer, they can search for Google Play Music a shot on the web. Its iOS an android versions are expected to reach the market here later.