Google Play Music & All Access arrives in six new countries
Google has announced that it has rolled-out Google Play Music and All Access support for six new markets. The users in Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Ukraine will now be able to buy music or subscribe to All Access to get unlimited music streaming.
The availability of music differs in each country including the local music. To access Google Play Music, head over to this link. To remind you, Google also provides a locker service for Play Music users, which can be used to store up to 20,000 songs online.
With the latest round of expansion, Google Play Music is now available in a total of 34 markets across the world. The same number of countries have All Access support.
Chromecast arrives in Ireland
In related news, Google has released the Chromecast streaming dongle in Ireland. It costs €35 and is available from the Google Play store in the country.