Google opens Glass purchase to All Access music users

Those who use Google's music streaming service, Music All Access, can skip the public waiting list and shell out $1,500 for Google Glass now.

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Google is letting Google Music All Access users purchase a Google Glass Explorers device now.

The company is notifying users of its All Access music streaming service through e-mail, Gizmodo reported Tuesday. Google Glass Explorers is Google's test program for its wearable computing device.

It's been an exclusive group so far, with Google only allowing certain developers, contest winners and VIP users to purchase the device for $1,500. The company quietly put up a waiting list for the general public a couple months ago.

But, All Access users can buy Glass now. Google added the All Access integration to the device in November.

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