Google All Access music service coming to iOS

Jordan Kahn:

After launching its new Google Play All Access music streaming service earlier this month at Google I/O, Google’s head of Android Sundar Pichai just confirmed during his interview at the D11 conference that the service will be making its way to iOS. Sundar said the service would be available on iOS in the next few weeks.

This is going to get interesting.

  • crateish

    Meh. I’m happy with Spotify. I will be happier when Apple launches ‘iRadio,’ or whatever they will call it.

    • mdelvecchio

      how do you know?

  • Scott

    It’s going to get interesting because all of these services essentially obtain the same rights from the same labels for the same content.

    This will hopefully lead to rapid and explosive development in terms of feature set, interface design, integration, etc, since that’s where all these streaming services will be able to differentiate themselves from one another for your monthly fee.

  • Billy Razzle

    Of course it’s coming to iOS. That’s where the money is. Google being more “open” with their services is just helping iOS by giving iOS more choices than Android since Apple isn’t going to offer their services on Android.

  • Why would I use Google when Deezer is just perfect?