Its been five years since it becomes available in the US and finally Google Play Music goes live in India and at its first impression, it looks like the whole catalogue is available for its customers in the country. Google silently roll out it’s Google Play Music store in India with songs and albums available for purchase.
Last July, Play Music was rumored to launch at that time, however, it didn’t happen. With its launch, however, Play Music All access and Podcast are not yet available in the country.
Prices for songs and music albums seems to be a little bit higher than the other music services in the country. According to androidpolice, Play Music is charging ₹15 per individual track while Apple Music and Airtel Wynk Music charge ₹7 or ₹15 and ₹10 respectively.
“Now you can download your favorite local and global music on Google Play in India, plus get free storage for up to 50,000 songs from your music collection. Currently these services are only available to users with international credit cards, but we’ll be expanding soon to additional forms of payment,” a spokesperson said.
If you’re in India, let us know your thoughts about Google Play Music.