Sunday, July 27, 2014
Google Play Music’s All Access Music Subscription Three months Free Streaming - Happy Birthday as Google Chromecast fights Amazon fire TV
Google Chromecast celebrated its 1 year Anniversary on Friday July 24th 2014! How quickly a year goes by! Queue the song Happy Birthday by Katy Perry!
Google is now offering U.S.-based Chromecast users three (3) free months of Streaming via Google Play Music’s All Access Music Subscription as stated in “Google Wants Chromecast's Allure To Rub Off On Its Music Service”, JUL 24, 2014 by ADRIANA LEE, ReadWrite.
If this line confuses you, then click on their Help Center Link to have the information relating to three (3) free months of Streaming via Google Play Music’s All Access Music Subscription explained in further detail! This is a very good deal which began Friday, July 24th 2014 and runs through to Tuesday September 30th 2014, as this usually costs around US$9.99 per month.
As usual, Americans are such prudes; this is an all-American birthday, leaving the rest of the World i.e. Internationals, in the lurch. I’d done a really long article when the Google Chromecast had just launched as stated in my blog article entitled “Google launches a 4G LTE Google Nexus 7 and Google Chromecast Streaming Device - Uninspired Tablet upgrades but US$35 Google Chromecast is the Streaming World's Blue Jasmine”.
It is indeed a happy birthday, as after all, this product is their most popular consumer product to date, more popular than their failed Motorola Moto X as I’d chronicled in my blog article entitled “Google and Motorola Mobility launch the customizable Motorola Moto X - Motorola Moto X is The Wolverine of Customization that’s Made in America”.
Google Chromecast - Google Play Music’s All Access a Mouthful to fight Amazon fire TV
Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Stick, via this gesture, is expanding their product offerings include Streaming. That's where the trend has been heading for some time now, based on Nielsen Stats comparing Music Sales within the period January to June 2014 as stated in my blog article entitled “Nielsen Stats record continued decline in Music Downloads - Developed World Streaming will catch on in Developed World once we get 4G LTE”.
The US$35 Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Stick, which served up a platter that only included Netflix, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV back in July 2013, is Growing Strong. Thanks to content deals, they not only have Google Chromecast Apps that you can get from the Google Chromecast Website but new channels such as HBO Go, ESPN and Songza as their latest additions.
30,000 stores globally carry the Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Stick in some 20 countries Worldwide is an awful lot of online shopping:
1. Best Buy
“Globally” here seems to be mostly Developed World Countries, with a few Developing World Countries rounding up the lot. Still more reason this offer should have been global; US$9.99 isn't easy to cough up every month to Stream Music and Videos.
Many Jamaicans no doubt have the Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Stick, as when it went on sale, many bought it online using the method described in my blog article entitled “How to purchase items and subscribe to Magazines online and ship them to Jamaica” and the Geezam blog entitled “How to ship things to Jamaica after you’re purchase them online”.
When going to sign up for an account, use either a Proxy or VPN Access to make it appear as if you're in the US of A. Then follow the instructions as laid out in my blog article entitled “How to find Free TV online and how to Stream from Hulu or Netflix in Jamaica - Jamaican Pirate of the Caribbean on Stranger Tides Streaming Restricted US Content” to get access to the website. Make sure to use an American Address to sign up as an American living in a particular state.
So Americans, though Google was indeed mean, forgetting to invite us Internationals i.e. Jamaicans included to their Birthday Party, we can still partake in the presents!
Here's a few of Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Stick Birthday Presents: