The best-selling album worldwide is currently available for free through Google Play. This week, Google is giving away Michael Jackson’s 1982 album Thriller. What songs are featured on the album that sold more than 40 million copies? Just “Beat It,” “Billie Jean,” “P.Y.T.,” and “Thriller” to name a few. In all, you’re getting around forty minutes of classic Michael Jackson.
Quite shocking that the world’s best-selling album is being given away so easily.
Google today posted two new commercials on Android’s YouTube page highlighting Play Music and the Google app.
According to a new report, Google is in the midst of developing a pretty neat new feature for Play Music All Access users. The functionality is expected to bear the name “Music Gifts” and will furnish customers with the ability to pay for either a 1, 3 or 6-month subscription of the service for their friends and family.
If you’ve been yearning to try out Play Music All Access for a while now, but missed the 1-month trial promotion Google held at the beginning of the year, you’re in luck. The company has just kicked off a brand new trial period for the service, which is even available to those who’ve participated in the past.
As the dust started to settle from today’s big announcements from Google, the Google Play division shared some new markets for the Play Newsstand and Play Music sections of the Play Store.
Joining existing markets, consumers in Japan, Malaysia and Thailand can now tap into Play Newsstand for the latest magazines and newspapers. Meanwhile, Play Music will now be available in Japan. This brings the number of markets with access to Play Newsstand up to 28 and 59 for Play Music.
source: Google Play (Twitter)
The live stream of Google’s San Francisco has just finished up, and besides announcing the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P handsets, Google also confirmed yesterday’s leak with regards to Google Play Music service offering a Family Plan for $14.99. Read more
You liked what you heard, you liked what you saw, you want to go ahead and pre-order the devices. Here’s what you need to know about getting the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P.
Tomorrow will be quite the day for Google as it will be announcing the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, a new Chromecast, and possibly additional hardware. Software, too, will receive attention as Android 6.0 Marshmallow will be showcased and a new version of the Chromecast app will debut. And now it looks like Play Music is going to be joining the party at Google’s event as Android Police reports that a family plan for the music streaming service is on the way as well.
Pink Floyd fans, listen up! The group’s Wish You Were Here album released in 1975 is available for free through Google Play.
Here are the songs on the album:
- “Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)”
- “Welcome to the Machine”
- “Have a Cigar”
- “Wish You Were Here”
- “Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-IX)”
Google is currently in the process of rolling out an update for its official Play Music application via the Play Store. This upgrade carries a bunch of stability improvements for Chromecast playback, including the removal of the 3-second buffer period between songs, gapless playlist compatibility and the facility to keep streaming music even if your phone turns off.
Hit the break for the full changelog.