1. GoBigRed4's Avatar
    I'm looking into Google play all access, but I'm wondering about what I have to pay for. If I pay the $9.99 monthly fee, I still have to pay for individual songs or albums if I want them on my phone for offline playback, right? Seems like I'm paying twice for the music that way.

    Why not just use Pandora or something like it for free if you're going to stream music? Sure, play music gives you more flexibility for what you want to listen to, but to me it's not worth $10 a month. Now if I could download the music to my phone for that $10 a month, then it would be worth it.

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    12-28-2014 11:52 AM
  2. Max Forcey's Avatar
    You can download the music and listen to it offline as long as you are paying the 10$ a month.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    12-28-2014 12:26 PM

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