Like it promised in September, Google has introduced a family plan for its Google Music service that will allow up to 6 people to listen to ad-free music on its service.
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Google is offering customers who purchase a Nexus 6 before the end of the year six months of free Google Play Music All Access, assuming you haven't previously subscribed or trialed it in the past.
With a pledge to expand on Un-carrier 6.0, T-Mobile has delivered in the way of adding six more streaming services to the mix. Google Play Music will be added by the end of the year.
Google Music transfers your content using HTTP instead of HTTPS which will expose the content you are streaming from the service and could allow another party to steal your content.
Screenshots that appear to show off the user interface for Google Music have been leaked, a day before Google is expected to announce their new music download service.
Invites are being sent to members of the news and tech media from Google for a press event on November 16 that will likely and officially announce Google Music to the masses.
Google's upcoming downloadable music service is now rumored to allow users to share music tracks for free with others "on a limited basis" if the user pays for the song up front.