The announcement of Google Play Music was a surprise for most Android users, and the announcement of its new app, Google Play Store, was more of the same.
Google Play is a subscription service that offers music and video streaming on devices such as smartphones, tablets, and computers, and it offers a free, ad-supported version of the service for developers.
While Google Play will be launching a free version of its Music app in September, it will be making a purchase on the app’s website for $3.99 per month for the first two years of the app.
It will also pay for the purchase of additional subscriptions, which are bundled into a one-time purchase of $7.99 a month.
Google Play Music is a free app, but the pricing is different for developers who opt into the deal.
The developer fee is $4.99 for the subscription.
For the developer, that’s a $10.00 discount.
That includes $1.99 from Google Play for every sale on the website.
The $4-per-month price tag is a drop in the bucket compared to the $8.99-per-$9.99 price tag that Apple pays for its iOS Music app, which is priced at $9.49 per month.
That means Google Play’s pricing is only $3-per a month for a small developer.
For more information about the deal, head to the Google Play store’s download page.
We’re still waiting for Apple Music to come to the Play Store.