CNET también está disponible en español.
Don't show this again
Google on Wednesday announced All Access, a streaming music service linked to Google Play for Android that puts it in direct competition with the likes of Spotify and Pandora.
As part of the service, Google Play users can look ahead to what's coming next, and if they don't like it, swipe the song away.
Users can now blend their songs with a catalog with thousands of other tracks available in All Access.
All Access costs $9.99 a month, and you get a 30-day free trial. It's launching in the U.S., with additional countries coming soon. If you sign up by June 30, you get it for $7.99 a month.
Rumors about Google's new All Access subscription streaming service, unveiled at the Google I/O developers' conference in San Francisco, had been swirling around for the last few months.
The service provides a never-ending list of related tracks that are also linked to your Google+ account.
This move by Google takes aim at music streaming services like Pandora, Spotify, and maybe even Apple.