Google Play Music streaming app to launch on iOS

On June 3, 2013

Google will soon be launching an iOS app for its Google Play All Access Music. As Google’s Sundar Pichai revealed at the AllThingsD’s D11 conference, the iOS app for the currently US-only streaming service will launch in the coming weeks.

According to a report from The Next Web, Pichai said of the new app: “In Google’s fundamental DNA is that we wanted to be universally accessible, and I think that philosophy carries through to today. So our teams are working like crazy to make [our new streaming service] available on iOS, and in a few weeks we’ll launch Google Play Music All Access for iOS.”

For those already hooked to the Google Play All Access Music, there is an unofficial app in the App Store – gMusic.

Google’s locker service users who own iPhones have had access to gMusic for a while now and this week support of the streaming service was added.