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iOS finally getting native Google Music app

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 Oct 2013 9:37

iOS finally getting native Google Music app According to sources, Google is planning on releasing a native Google Music app for iOS as soon as this month.
Google Music, along with its new Music All Access streaming service, have been noticeably absent from iOS since launch. Google Play allows you to save all your music in the cloud, and stream it from Android devices or on the web. It also allows you to download your music back whenever you log in to your Google account. All Access is similar to Spotify in which you get access to millions of songs to stream, at home and on mobile devices.

The sources say Google is still internally testing the app, but it should launch by the end of the month.

For the time being, there are a couple of unofficial apps in the App Store, and you can always use the limited Web application if desperate. Both options are not great at this point, however.

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