Google Music Beta has been out for awhile now, and so far only Android users have been able to use the service on their mobile devices. Well, it looks like that restriction is now over. Google has officially announced the launch of the web app version of Google Music Beta which can be accessed from iOS devices. I haven’t had the chance to try it out yet, but from reports online, it sure looks promising.
Users can control their music using the web interface that features swiping gestures and buttons. When users exit Safari, the iOS music controls can also be used to control the music. There’s no official word on whether a native app is going to appear for the platform, but with web apps this functional, it’s hard to see the need for it. How many of you have tried out the Google Music Beta web app yet? Just head over to the Google Music Beta site from your iOS device to give it a shot.
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