Chromebook Users can get a 60 Day Free Trial of Google Play Music All Access

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If you’re a Chromebook user you are eligible to receive a 60 day free trial offer for Google Play Music All Access. The music streaming service usually comes with a 30 day free trial but this is an limited time offer exclusively only for Chromebook users. In a recent Google+ post on the official Google Play page, the news of the exclusive deal was posted.

60 Day Free Trial

This is a limited time promotional offer exclusively to users who own a Google Chromebook. This offer gives you access to unlimited ad-free music streaming, personalized radio with no skip limits. Enjoy millions of tracks for 60 days, FREE. The offer will expire on September 30th, 2014.

Unfortunately some Chromebook users won’t be able to receive this deal. It seems as though owners of the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook, Acer AC6700 and Google CR-48 are out of luck.

Get started

To grab this offer follow these steps.

  1. On your Chromebook go to the the Google Goodies page.
  2. Sign into your Google account if you haven’t already.
  3. Click on the All Access offer.
  4. You should see a promotional offer for a 60 day free trial of Google Play Music All Access.
  5. Follow the necessary on-page instructions to activate this promotion.

If you access the Goodies page from a device other than your Chromebook you will receive a 30 day free trial instead of a 60 day trial offer.

What is Google Play Music All Access?

If you’re not familiar with Google Play Music All Access it can be defined as an unlimited music streaming service that is similar to Pandora or Rdio. As a user you can enjoy over 20 million songs from thousands of artists. While listening to your favorite tracks you won’t have to worry about vocal or visual ads since All Access is ad-free.

You can also enjoy all music from every genre including international tracks from around the world. You can also create your own radio stations without any restrictions or limits. Many other music streaming services restrict their users from “skipping” ahead if they don’t like a song but with All Access there are no limits or restrictions. You can skip ahead, listen to a song a repeat, discover new tracks and explore familiar artists.

If you already have songs on iTunes you can import your collection over to All Access with ease. This way you will have all your music in one place instead of having to listen to music on two different platforms. All Access blends your existing library, playlists and favorites from iTunes so you won’t feel lost when making the switch.

And lastly, lets talk about how All access is available everywhere. You can access your library and songs from any device regardless if you made changes to your playlists, radio, or favorites. Everything syncs up. So whether your on-the-go or at home you will have all your music on all devices. Devices include: Android phones and tablets, iPhones, iPads, Blackberry and others.

Also, if your going offline but would still like like to jam out to some tunes you can simply “pin” the track. This way you can listen to the song regardless if your connected to the internet or not.

Cost: Google Play Music All Access is $9.99 a month.
Availability: At this time the music streaming service is only available in these select countries:

“Australia, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States”

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