It allows you to explore songs from all of the major record labels, listen to it like a radio station, provides Google-powered recommendations, charts and playlists, and blends your personal library with Google's. Everything from your Google Music locker is pulled into the new service.
All Access is launching in the US today, and will be arriving in other countries shortly. It will cost $9.99 a month, but there's a free 30-day trial available so you can try it out before tying yourself into a regular subscription. Start a trial by June 30 and Google will give you a discount and just bill you $7.99 a month. A sweet incentive.
Apple has been rumored to be considering a similar service for a while now, but clearly Google has beaten the fruit-logo company to the punch.
What do you think of the new service? Will you be signing up?