To further strengthen the rivalry between Apple and Google, the search giant has released a free version of it’s music streaming service, Play music just 1 week before Apple launches it’s own music streaming service.
Google Play Music already has a subscription based service, where users pay monthly to listen to an unlimited amount of tracks.
Today the technology giant announced a free version, made up of playlists designed for different times of the day and tailored towards what you are doing.
The new free service will include adverts, similar to the model on rival Spotify.
Apple’s much publicised new Music service launches next Tuesday, and will be free for the first three months. In the US, Google has already beaten Apple to the market with this announcement.