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Google Play Music All Access subscription service is launched for iPhones

Google has made it’s Google Play Music All Access available for iPhone and iPad users, perhaps after a half year of its launch and not the app is available on App Store for download starting from this Friday.



The available Google Play Music app on iTunes will bring the access to Google’s All Access subscription service and lets the users to stream their music that uploaded to Google’s cloud. All Access is said to be the competitor to other current music services such as Rdio and Spotify, which has huge presence on iPhones and now comes the Google onto the platform to lure in more subscribers to its music service with the promotional offer of free 30-day trial and then $9.99 per month.

However, when launching the service on Android, Google provided a much sweeter offer than that for iOS users – $7.99 per month for users who signup early for the service. If the iOS users won’t rush to this service, the Google might slash the price to $7.99 – but we guess it never going to happen. Download the Google Play Music from Apple App Store from here.

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