Google’s Play Music All Access app will be making its way to iOS, according to Sundar Pichai. Pichai, who is the SVP of Android, Chrome and Apps at Google revealed the news at D11 today. The app is said to arrive in a few weeks.
Google unveiled its Play Music All Access service at Google I/O a few weeks ago, with an Android app and a revamped web interface. Play Music All Access expands on Google’s existing Play Music service, which allowed users to upload songs to their Play Music accounts and stream them through the web and smartphone apps. Google Play Music All Access brings streaming music, personalized radio and a new visual interface to Google’s already impressive music services.
So iOS users, you will soon be able to take advantage of Google’s awesome music service. We’ll keep you updated as to when the Play Music All Access app rolls out.
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