Having a semblance of patience is always a good thing, as the adage goes, good things come to those who wait. Well, I am quite sure that iOS users have waited for quite some time already for the Google Play Music app, which has finally arrived on the iOS platform. One ought to take note that it might require some getting used to Google’s music ecosystem, since it is vastly different from Apple’s. Those who have used Spotify or Amazon would be able to relate to it a whole lot better with most of the focus being on the Cloud. Imagine with the Google Play Music app, you are able to enjoy virtually millions of songs right there and then, regardless of the device, from anywhere.
Google’s Music is mostly in the Cloud, but it does come with a 5 app limit, although there is no limit on the number of devices that will arrive with web browser access. You also have the option to upload up to 20,000 songs for free, work on your very own playlists, and to share them with friends. It will cost you $9.99 each month, although you will be able to take advantage of the free first month trial if you are curious. There is a trio of quality levels to choose from when streaming, which is vital if you are running short on your monthly data, or are in a place with really poor network connection.
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