If you are on iOS and have been jealous of your Android friends using Google Play Music’s All Access service, you might not need to anymore. Sources tell Engadget that Google is currently internally testing a native Google Play Music app. Right now the beta is limited only to Google employees, but a public release may come before the end of the month.
Google Play Music allows users in over 19 different countries use it’s All Access service which allows for streaming and offline listening of Google Play’s entire music library for only $10 a month. The service has been available via unofficial apps and a web app on iOS.
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