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Google Play Music All Access makes its way to seven more European countries

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If you felt left out by the European debut of Google Play Music All Access in August, hopefully Mountain View's latest announcement brings you into the musical fold. According to Google's support page -- as spotted by Android Police -- the search giant's music locker and streaming service is now available in the Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, Russia and Switzerland. And given how fast European internet is, it shouldn't take you nearly as long to upload a massive music collection as it did for us stateside, either.

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