Getting the jump on Apple, today Google announced its new streaming music service linked to Google Play for Android.
All Access -- unveiled Wednesday at the Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco -- is a competitor for Pandora and Spotify, a new service costing $9.99 a month (with a 30-day free trial, or sign up before June 30 and you'll get it for $7.99 a month).
Apple has been readying its own streaming service, a capper on its paradigm-shifting iTunes store, for a while now. Just last week Apple said its as-yet-unseen iRadio service struck a deal with Universal Music, but other music labels have yet to come on board. Remember when no one said no to Apple?