Google is poised to roll out a version of its Google Play Music All Access streaming service optimized for archrival Apple's iOS, Engadget reports.
Google continues building out its fledgling Google Play Music All Access streaming music service, adding new genre-specific radio stations.
Google is extending its fledgling Google Play Music All Access streaming music service to archrival Apple's iOS mobile operating system.
Google's Android long ago eclipsed Apple's iOS in terms of sheer size: Gartner reports that Android powers 74.4 percent of all smartphones sold worldwide during the first quarter of 2013, up from 56.9 percent during the year-ago period and widening its already considerable lead on iOS, which plummeted to 18.2 percent from 22.5 percent in the first quarter of 2012. But size isn't everything, and iOS has always maintained a number of competitive edges over Android.
During its Google I/O developer's conference, Google announced a new Android gaming service and a new, subscription-based music streaming service. The company also announced a range of new APIs and services for its Android developers.