Friday, November 15, 2013

Google Play Music finally makes appearance on the Apple iPhone

Earlier this year, Google launched the Android version of its Play Music app, which is intended to compete with stream-on-demand services such as Spotify and Rdio. Today, the Google Play Music software finally lands in the iOS ecosystem, in the form of an app customized for the iPhone.

Streaming music services are a big business these days, and the market is only expected to grow. According to market analytics firm Parks Associates, the number of music streaming subscribers worldwide could reach 15 million globally by 2017.

From the article, "Google Play Music finally makes appearance on the Apple iPhone" by Matthew Shaer. 

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