Google Play Music now available in the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain

Google has officially rolled out its Play Music service to Android users in the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. Beginning today, users can take advantage of the search giant’s generous cloud storage offering, as well as purchase music directly from the Play Store.

Additionally, European users will also be the first to test Google’s new Music Matching service. Music Matching automatically checks your songs and supplements them with tracks that are already available on the company’s servers, effectively decreasing the need for manual uploads and the lengthy wait that comes along with them.

Users in Europe have undoubtedly had to wait long enough for Play Music to arrive. So, now that its finally here, do you plan on moving your songs to the cloud-based service?

Source: Play Music

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  • mel

    Still CNT do cloud music in Canada…damn google

  • artiplier

    I was hoping this would come to Canada too this time around…

  • MichaĆ«l Bonnet

    Very happy that it’s officialy available in Europe though i am using google music since a year. I registered with my vpn connected to the usa.