Google Play Music finally arrives for iOS

Google Play Music finally arrives for iOS
Google has finally made its Google Play Music app available for the iPhone.

At its core, the free download allows you to listen to any song you have saved to Google's cloud, up to 20,000 free of charge. You get to use Google's radio and instant mix features, while streaming at 320kbps (if your uploads were at that quality).

If you pay $10 per month, you get Google All Access. You can download or stream (on your desktop or mobile device) from Google's 20 million-strong catalog of music, similar to Spotify or Rdio. Using their own algorithms, Google will recommend tracks based on your listening history, and you can create as many ad-free stations as you want.

Additionally, as part of the app's "Explore" tab, you get to see playlists created by humans and not alogrithms, including starter playlists for over 200 genres.

The new app can connect to speakers and TVs via AirPlay and Bluetooth and is available in 20 countries.

Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 17 Nov 2013 15:33
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Apple iPhone Google Play Music google Play Music All Access
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  • 2 comments
  • Jemborg

    I'm getting sick of Google's "algorithms".

    Its a lot easier being righteous than right.


    17.11.2013 22:18 #1

  • dfdgdf

    I'm like

    18.11.2013 04:25 #2

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