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Google Play Music finally makes its way to iOS

Google launches its Play Music service on iOS, many reports say that it feels more like a native iOS app than a third party service (NASDAQ:AAPL, NASDAQ:GOOG)

| Apps News | Posted: Nov 15, 2013 5:40 pm

Almost half a year ago, Google announced its music streaming service known as Google Play Music. Much like Spotify, Google Play Music is a monthly subscription-based music streaming service with hundreds of thousands of songs waiting to be listened to. In the beginning, the service was only available on Android and through a Web App, but this morning Google released the streaming service to iOS.

 

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Google Play Music for iOS retains most of the features that are seen on the Android version, and initial reports say that it is very refined for iOS and feels like it is a native Apple-built app. It will be interesting to see how reviews of the service stack up against iTunes Music, and if iOS customers will open up to the $9.99 per month price that is required to access Google Play Music. Personally, I am still calling Spotify the best streaming service on mobile and the web. I have been a subscriber since it hit the US and have yet to find any flaws.

NEWS SOURCES:Theverge.com

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