With a bit of delay respect to what was previously expected, the Google Play Music App is finally available in the iOS version for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

The software Google Music arrives on the Apple platform after a long wait of about 6 months after the publication of this service for Android.

Thanks to Google Play Music you can listen to the entire music library provided by Google and also create custom playlists with 20,000 songs that the Mountain View company allows you to keep on this platform.

Google Play Music is available in two versions: a free application which allows users to upload up to 20,000 songs on the cloud, accessible on the Web, on Android devices and now also on iOS, the second option is Google Play Music All Access, which costs $ 9.99 per month and allows users to listen to unlimited songs, create custom radio stations and receive recommendations about music.

With both services,  Unlimited and Standard the Google Play Music app lets you listen to your music collection anywhere, your music is stored online and not have to worry about synchronization storage space or offline playback.

However, the version of Google Play Music for iOS is characterized by an important limitation: in fact you can not buy music or subscribe to the service Play Music All Access.

The cause is related to Apple’s policies relating to earnings made through the App Store since the Cupertino company required a 30% discount on in-app purchases.

A percentage that Google does not seem to accept, preferring to eliminate the functionality postponing the purchase of the tracks to the web version of Google Play Music.

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