Google Play Music
When Apple releases a new feature for iOS, you can bet Google won’t be far behind with its own app for iPhone users. In the case of iTunes Radio, it took all of a month for Google Play Music to show up in Apple’s App Store — along with a free trial of its $9.99/month All Access service.
That All Access premium service includes the ability to download songs locally (for offline use), a choice of three different streaming qualities, and Google’s own algorithm-driven streaming Internet radio service, ad-free. Naturally, users can buy music from Google Play and stream music from an iOS device to Google’s Chromecast.
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