Google has announced its new music service will be coming to the iOS platform.
At the D11 conference today, Google’s Senior Vice President of Android, Chrome and Apps Sundar Pichai announced the company will be bringing Google Play Music: All Access to iOS “in a few weeks.” Google originally announced the service at its annual I/O conference earlier this month and it initially only launched on the web and Android platforms.
Google Play Music: All Access is a Spotify-like music streaming service which allows users to blend their own music library with the track available within Google Play Music. The service features Google-powered recommendations and Explore and Featured pages, which are similar to what’s offered by Twitter Music. Additionally the service has a Listen Now feature, which turns any track into a radio station, similar to Pandora’s service.
The service is available for $9.99 a month. Apple is also rumored to be working on its own streaming music service, although no official announcements have been made.