Google Play has brought its Music service to the iPhone platform in 21 countries. The addition of the novel listening experience to the iOS will come free of cost for All Access and programmable radio, but for first month only.
Finally, the time has come for something new. The wait is over. Google is introducing its Google Play music application for iOS this day in time. The service was announced in May of this year and now it is a living reality. The music services of Google are divergent from Apple’s iTunes. They resemble Spotify and Amazon instead in that they are Cloud-based.
Macs and Personal Computers may be utilized via browsers and interfaces to listen to the music. And while it is not as diverse as Apple’s iTunes, for now it will do for the consumer base. Over 20 million songs will still find their way to your iPhone in return for a little cash.
The Cloud-based system allows for seamless navigation from one gadget to another. For almost $10 per month you get free access to unlimited music that you may share and create playlists from. Both renowned and little-known musical artists get showcased on the platform. You get to choose the bandwidth too from three alternatives. It sure makes for easy listening for the sake of pure pleasure. The iOS application is applicable to Bluetooth, Chromecast and AirPlay.
Currently, the service is available in 21 countries. These include among them: Finland, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Switzerland, the UK and the USA. It is a fine service that will expand to fill the leisure time of millions.