After promising an iOS app for Google Play Music All Access earlier this year, it looks like the service will finally arrive on Apple’s ecosystem. And what timing, too—iTunes Radio just recently launched for iOS and iTunes last month. It’s still unclear why Google handled the launch with such apathy—maybe development on other projects held it back—but the app will finally arrive sometime this month.
According to Engadget, Google is reportedly in the early stages of internal testing, so bugs and whatnot still need to be ironed out before it’s unleashed on subscribers. The service has been available since May, but since then there’s been very little movement on Google’s part; not even acknowledgment that something is being worked on after Sundar Pichai’s initial statement.
Once the app does officially launch, we’ll be all over it. All Access has quickly—for TechnoBuffalo staffers, anyway—become a terrific streaming service, one that offers some great features and options. If you weren’t an early adopter of the service, All Access is still currently $9.99 per month; that or you can use iTunes Radio for free.