While Google Music has yet to make an appearance as an official native app for iOS devices, it looks like other developers are taking advantage of this void to serve up their own offerings. Interactive Innovative Solutions (IIS) has come up with an app called gMusic that brings Google’s cloud music storage service to iOS devices. Available now, this iOS app is designed for people who don’t want to access Google Music through the service’s web app.
gMusic functions similarly to Apple’s native Music player but instead of playing songs from the device’s memory, it plays music from your Google music locker instead. However there is an offline mode for those of you who want to listen to music in the subway or anywhere with no coverage – just download the tracks while you have a connection beforehand.
The app is quite new and reported to be a bit buggy, but we’re pretty sure the kinks will be worked out in no time. Anyway if you’re interested in picking up gMusic, head over to the Apple App Store where it’s on sale for $1.99.RELATED
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