Google’s plan to launch its music streaming service on iOS devices may finally come to fruition. According to @evleaks, the Google Play Music All Access app for iPhone and iPad is about to launch, after failing to arrive in the App Store last month as several rumors suggested.
Launch imminent for native Google Music iOS app. First reported: http://t.co/q49KTHAVzP
— @evleaks (@evleaks) November 14, 2013
When the app finally does launch it will have to compete with Apple’s own iTunes Radio, which comes pre-installed with iOS 7 and will likely be the go-to music streamer for many, as well as other services like Pandora, Spotify and Rdio. Google Play Music All Access offers a great selection and solid features though, so we’re sure plenty of iOS users are going to be pleased when it finally does launch.