Google Play Music All Access coming to iOS devices in ‘couple of weeks’
Google’s recently-launched Play Music All Access service will land on Apple’s iOS devices very soon, a top company executive has revealed.
Sundar Pichai, Google’s head of Chrome and Android, says the application will be arriving on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad “in a couple of weeks.”
He told an audience at the D11 conference that “the teams are working like crazy” to complete work on the app in time for the summer launch
The All Access app for web and Android devices arrived at Google I/O earlier this month.
It combines Google Play’s current MP3 store and cloud storage locker with a subscription streaming service, offering all tunes within the same library.
The app, which also has a powerful radio feature is available for $9.99 a month, but for those who sign up for the 30-day trial before June 30, the rate will be just $7.99 a month.
Sadly, if Google does release the iOS app within a couple of weeks, it’s unlikely to benefit users in the UK, as the service is US-only at present.
The service is aimed at Spotify and other music streaming services and also has an eye on Apple’s rumoured iRadio application.
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