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Google Play Music finally makes its way to iOS

 

playmusic-screen568x568Back in May at their I/O when Google announced their All Access service Sundar Pichai said that the service would head to iOS within a few weeks. But then a few weeks went by and nothing; to the disappointment of many iOS users. But it looks like today is a day to rejoice; Play Music is finally here!

For those who aren’t familiar with the service Play Music comes in two parts. One is a cloud-based service when allows you to import your music(up to 20,000 sounds) and access it from the web or smartphone. The second part is All Access. For a monthly fee ($9.99)you will have access to millions of songs available through Google. New users will be able to try out the service for free for 30 days. It would have been great if they would have extended the same $7.99 introductory period price they offered when it launched on Android but beggars can’t be chooser.

The app is free to download in the App Store. Head over to check it out!

 

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About Yossarian Norman

Yossarian Norman is a nerd. He knows it, everyone that knows him knows it, and now you know it. His love for technology was nurtured by his parent who did their best to indulge him as he collected phones, took them apart, and studied them. He has spent years learning and working with mobile phones and the ever changing mobile industry.

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