At its I/O conference Google has announcedGoogle Music All Access, a music streaming service simliar to Spotify and Rdio. The service will cost $9.99 per month with a 30 day trial available. It will feature a recommendation engine which will surface music that users may be interested in. While it has to compete with both services previously mentioned, it is likely to do well considering it will be baked into Android devices. The service which is built on top of Google's existing music store comes after rumours earlier in the year that google was in talks with three record labels to get streaming deals.