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Scooped by Christopher Coleman
July 5, 2016 4:00 PM
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Google Play looks to trump Apple, Spotify, Tidal and Deezer with free music offer

Google Play looks to trump Apple, Spotify, Tidal and Deezer with free music offer | Soundtrack | Scoop.it

"Google Play is offering new customers four months of free music, in a special promotion that trumps the free trial periods of digital competitors Apple, Spotify, Tidal and Deezer.

At present, the four months of ad-free music on offer from Google Play is only available in the US, although a roll out across the UK is certainly possible.

While there is no guarantee that the promotion will result in significant gains for the company, Google Play has certainly gone out on a limb to turn the heads of those yet to subscribe to a streaming service.

Deezer currently offers a 15-day free trial, while Spotify and Tidal offer a one-month free trial. Apple Music comes closest with a three-month free trial of its streaming service.

The Google Play offer provides access to over 35 million tracks, which costs

Christopher Coleman's insight:

Four months of ad-free music?  Quite the deal.

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Rescooped by Christopher Coleman from New Music Industry
August 31, 2012 9:53 AM
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Grooveshark app yanked from Google Play yet again

Grooveshark app yanked from Google Play yet again | Soundtrack | Scoop.it
The Android music app has again been removed from Google's online store after recently being reinstated. Read this blog post by Lance Whitney on Internet & Media.

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Scooped by Christopher Coleman
March 13, 2014 8:13 PM
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[Deal Alert!] $3.99 for Junkie XL's Divergent: Original Motion Picture Score - Google Play

[Deal Alert!] $3.99 for Junkie XL's Divergent: Original Motion Picture Score - Google Play | Soundtrack | Scoop.it
Shop Google Play on the web. Purchase and enjoy instantly on your Android phone or tablet without the hassle of syncing.
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The release date shows as 3/18 and if you add up all the prices for the individual tracks, you're looking at around $27, so you if you have any interest in this score, you might want to jump on over to Google Play and pick it up now.  I bought it and can confirm that I was charged only $3.99 and it was immediately streamable.

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