In an effort to attract more users, Google Play Music Unlimited usually grants new subscribers a 4 month free trial. In order to get this offer, you just click here and log into your Google account. When you are prompted the amount of free time with the service, you can select 4 months. Unfortunately, this offer is not applied to family plans, clicking the “Other Plans” button in the subscription dialog will just give you 30 days for individual and family plans, so you have to click the link again and open in a new tab to get the deal on.
Google Play Music Unlimited allows you to access to Google Play Music’s entire library unlimited. There will be thousands of artists all over the world, from popular fare to lesser-known or foreign bands, though you should note that there is no music streaming service having a complete library. The main feature of Google Play Music is the ability to upload 50,000 of users own songs to the cloud for listening anytime you want, and then mix them in with purchases from Google Play Music, a feature only appears in Unlimited version. You can also download music for offline listening. However, you can only use this feature on a limited number of device removals and re-authorizations, so if you are fond of flashing custom ROMs or frequently switch phones, you should think twice.
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Furthermore, Google also added YouTube Red with its Google Play Music Unlimited subscription plans and vice versa, which means you will be able to use 4 free months of YouTube Red with YouTube Red original content and ad-free YouTube watching. The original content will show prominent YouTube personalities, and even exclusive movies with the help of A-list talent. You can also listen to music on YouTube while turning off your smartphone to save battery life. This feature of YouTube Red is applied to the YouTube Music app.