Google Play Music for iOS Is Finally HereBy: Josh Wolford - November 15, 2013
Now, iOS users have a native app that lets them listen to their Google Play Music library as well as stream unlimited tracks from Google Play’s Music All Access subscription service.
— Google Play (@GooglePlay) November 15, 2013
Here’s what Google has to say about the new iOS app:
All Access features: Listen to unlimited songs; Create custom radio stations from any song, artist or album; Enjoy radio without skip limits; Get smart recommendations based on your tastes; Enjoy handcrafted playlists from our music experts
All Access and standard features: Add up to 20,000 of your own songs from your personal music collection using your Mac, Windows or Linux computer; Listen on all your devices and our web player at play.google.com/music; Access your music anywhere without syncing, and save your favorites for offline playback; Experience all your music without ads
As you probably recall, Google Play Music All Access went live on May 15th. Subscriptions are $9.99 per month, and they give users access to millions of tracks coupled with personalized suggestions and a streaming radio service.
You can snag it today over at the App Store.
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