Google Play Music All Access is a fine service, especially now that in addition to the limitless amounts of streaming music without having to buy most albums available on Google Play, users have access to stream unlimited amounts of YouTube music videos through YouTube Music Key. Fancy yourself a randomized set of songs? I’m Feeling Lucky Radio can help with that. There are lots of great features to Google Play Music All Access but one thing that surely would be a welcomed change would be the name for the service itself. All Access does indeed make sense, as users have all the access to the music Google Play has to offer. It doesn’t exactly put it out there for new users though that listening is unlimited, even if that is the logical thing to consider.
Google may be looking at giving its streaming music a name change in the future, as some users have been reporting that their recurring charge emails for All Access have been referred to as Google Play Music Unlimited, a name slightly more fitting of what it offers. While this is not confirmed, should this happen it would give potential users a better understanding that subscribing to the service would allow them to stream unlimited amounts of music from the thousands of artists listed on Google Play.
The name, if changed, would still keep the “Google Play” tag at the beginning of the name since this is Google’s way of streamlining all their services under a single brand name, like Play Store, Play Books, Play Movies etc. Whether Google is simply referring to All Access as Play Music Unlimited for their own benefit or if they have plans to alter the name to this as a new title is uncertain as of yet, but the change would make better sense than the name they have already given it since its release. So far all we’ve seen in regards to this new title resides in the automated emails that users receive from Google when their service renews and payment is made to continue subscribing. Do you think Google Play Music Unlimited is a better name or should Google stick with All Access?