Google Drops a Sexy New iOS Web App for Google Music



Google has just released an HTML 5 optimized iOS web app for its Google Music cloud service.

Now you can play your tunes on any iDevice from the browser.

If you visit on any iDevice, you’ll be shown the new web app in all of its dark, minimal glory. The app is only for playback, so you can’t upload or browse music catalogs.

Google lets you store 25MB of music on your device in cache. Content is streamed from your uploaded collection. When you initially open the app, you can choose what you want to listen to and then you are taken to the “Now Playing” window.

Google Music is still an invite-only service, and it’s currently being offered for free to beta testers.

(via The Next Web)


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