A new app is now available to stream the likes of Taylor Swift’s album 1989 in Google Play music for a fee.
The new app, dubbed the Google PlayMusic app, lets you stream the music from the Google Music library from your smartphone, tablet, or PC to the Google Home speaker.
The Google Playmusic app has a free trial of the service and you can pay for an additional two weeks of the Google account, which lets you watch and listen to the music as you would on your TV.
The service is only available for the Google home speakers, and only for Android devices running Android 4.2 or higher.
The app is designed to work with the Google Cast feature of the Chromecast, but the feature is not yet available for Google Play Home speakers.
Google says that users can stream a wide variety of music via the Google music service and the app will automatically detect and automatically play the music you’ve purchased.
The music streaming app, which comes with a $2.99 monthly subscription fee, has been developed by the Google team and has been tested on the Google Pixel and Pixel XL.
It also comes with the ability to search the Google library, which has about 400,000 songs available.
For $1.99 per month, you can listen to more than 50 million songs in the Google Search app.
The first version of the app was released in June, and the company has been updating the app with new content and features.