Google Play Music on iOS

I love Google Play Music, the subscription free version enables you to upload your music to Google’s cloud and then you can stream or download albums to your Android device. The subscription version enables stream or downloading of any of the music from Google’s store for £7.99 per month. You can also access your music via the browser and other devices via 3rd party apps but today Google have released an official Google Music app for the iPhone.

The app doesn’t have all the features of the Android version (there is no “I’m feeling lucky” feature) and its iPhone only so you have to run it in the 2x on the iPad which I hate doing as it always looks rubbish but it’s good to see Google support iOS. Hopefully there will be an iPad version soon, come on Google how about supporting Windows and Windows Phone!

The app is free from the iTunes Store.

Google Play Music makes it easy to discover, play and share the music you love, anywhere!
With our new All Access service, you can enjoy millions of songs, listen to custom radio with no limits, and discover more of the music you love

With both All Access and the standard service, the Google Play Music app lets you listen to your music collection anywhere. All your music is stored online, so no need to worry about syncing, storage space or offline playback. You can listen across any device and on the web, seamlessly.

All Access features:
* Listen to unlimited songs
* Create custom radio stations from any song, artist or album
* Enjoy radio without skip limits
* Get smart recommendations based on your tastes
* Enjoy handcrafted playlists from our music experts

All Access and standard features:
* Add up to 20,000 of your own songs from your personal music collection using your Mac, Windows or Linux computer
* Listen on all your devices and our web player at
* Access your music anywhere without syncing, and save your favorites for offline playback
* Experience all your music without ads


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