According to a report, Google Music for iOS may be launching later this month. Apparently the company is currently internally testing a native Google Music app for iOS. It is said that the company’s employees have been invited to test the app and that there are still a number of bugs that need to be squashed before the app is ready for public consumption.
Google unveiled the Google Play Music All Access service earlier this year at I/O 2013. It is similar to services like Spotify and Pandora, with the emphasis being on the exploration of music. Users also have the ability to kick off a radio station even when they’re mid-way through a track. Currently, Play Music All access is only available for Android as there’s no app for iOS. Apparently the iOS app will come with the same recommendation and custom radio features that are found on the Android counterpart. A few months back Sundar Pichai confirmed that the app will be released for iOS, and if this latest report is true, then the agonizing wait for iOS users might finally be over later this month. Right now, users in over 19 countries can sign up for Google Play Music All Access, and there are going to be a lot of people in those countries who own iOS devices just waiting for the official app to drop.
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