Google Play Music finally headed to iOS

Google Play Music finally headed to iOS
Google's popular cloud music streaming service Google Music is finally headed to iOS, years after its debut on Android.

Android boss Sundar Pichai announced the news at the D11 conference in which they also announced the HTC One Nexus edition.

Pichai says the software should be available in "about a month" but there is little other details as of yet.

While Google Music is headed to iOS, it is less clear whether All Access, the company's competitor to Spotify, will be as well. Pichai says their team is "working like crazy" on an iOS version of All Access, it does not appear to be anywhere near ready.

When asked about Windows Phone and BlackBerry, Pichai was as blunt as it gets; they don't have enough users: "We want to reach as many people as possible. For platforms that don't have that many users at scale, we have great HTML5 apps. If they get more users, we will make apps."

Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 30 May 2013 21:31
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