Google Play Music for iOS Is Finally Here

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After first being hinted at way back in May and rumored to be launching at the end of October, Google Play Music for iOS is finally here.

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.

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; 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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