Google Play Music, the company’s music service for iOS and Android, is getting a major update that will let users purchase and download songs from music streaming services including Apple Music, Spotify, Rdio, Apple Music Unlimited, Amazon Music Unlimited and Rdio for a single purchase.
If you already own an existing subscription to any of these services, you can download the app and then add the new Google Play Store to your device.
The new app will launch in the coming weeks and you can sign up for one now by downloading the Google Play app from the App Store.
It’s available for all of the major platforms and Google says it’s the first major update to Google Play since the platform launched.
For example, you’ll be able to purchase a new Apple Music subscription, which lets you listen to music and buy songs from the service, or a new Amazon Music subscription which lets users listen to songs from Amazon and buy them from the app.
You can also use the app to buy music from other services like Apple Music and Spotify, but the app will require you to sign up with a Google account and give your password.
There are some caveats to buying and downloading music from a streaming service like Apple or Spotify.
You can’t listen to the music without signing up with an Apple Music or Spotify account, and you’re not allowed to buy a song from a Google Play store without also buying a Google Music subscription.
Google says this will be fixed in a future update.
Google says it will let people add music from Google Play stores to their Google Play music library on a per-song basis.
Users can also pay for new Apple and Spotify subscriptions on Google Play.
The price of a new Spotify subscription, for example, will be set by Google Play based on the number of people that signed up for it.
The new Google Music app is available for iOS, Android, the Kindle Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick and the Chromecast Ultra, all of which run Google Play for the most part.
The Chromecast is available on Roku devices as well.