Spotify is now offering all Spotify users the option to purchase the music streaming service on Google Play Music, a move that Google says will make it easier for people to access the service.
Google Play customers will be able to purchase unlimited streaming access on the Google Play Store, Google Play music and Google Play Movies and TV apps for the first time.
Spotify will continue to offer free access on all of its products, including Google Play and Google Search.
In an announcement made on Thursday, Spotify said it was also introducing a new Spotify Premium subscription option for the next 12 months, which will allow users to get access to Spotify Premium for a fixed monthly fee.
Spotify has long offered paid subscription options for its service, but it was only available in the U.S. and Canada.
“We’re excited to introduce this new Spotify subscription option, which offers a much more personalized experience to our Spotify Premium customers, and we’re excited that Spotify customers can now enjoy unlimited Spotify access on Google play and Google search,” said Dave Grossman, chief operating officer at Spotify.
Spotify’s decision to open the subscription option in Canada comes on the heels of other Spotify services expanding access to Google Play.
Google has launched a new Google Play TV app for Apple TV and Android TV, Google’s own digital-TV service, which now has an additional 40 streaming options.
Spotify, Google Music and Google Music Premium all have separate billing models for users who subscribe to Spotify and Google services, meaning users will need to sign up for Spotify or Google’s streaming service to enjoy the music and apps.