Here is the latest report that Google Play Music is now available on Apple’s app ecosystem called iTunes. It means this music service by Google is now also available on iPhone.
It means subscribers of Google Play Music can stream songs directly from this service which means full access to custom radio stations, albums, artists, playlists and more, though users can’t purchase songs individually from the iOS app.
But I felt that Google have no sense involved with its decision because iOS and Android are two main stream operating system that has captured the mobile ecosystem and they both are rivals to others.
We have noticed in past few years that Apple has successfully managed to keep their iOS system premium as many features of iOS can’t be functioning on Android that makes people to buy iPhone instead of any android smartphone device.
But by offering services like Google Music are ruining the craze of android as Apple’ fan boys will never go to buy any android device in future because they can get fully fledged experience of Google on their iOS devices but an android fan boy can’t get fully fledged experience of Apple’s own apps like Maps on their android devices.
That is our point, Google are working on its iPad version of Google Play Music and told to 9 to 5 Mac that an iPad version is in the works and Play Music will be available on this device soon.