A good start
For the same price as the competition (or less if you sign up soon) All Access delivers a ton of music at high quality. That's the good news. The not-so-good news at this point is that the app and service are rather buggy and somewhat confusing to use. And leaving iOS users out of the game means 100s of millions of potential customers will go elsewhere (unless they want to be restricted to Web usage, which is a like half a service). If that's the kind of working together that Google's Larry Page was talking about, I don't know what the future looks like for All Access.
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