Google has released Google Music Web app for iPhone,iPad and iPod Touch.
Google has updated in Twitter regarding the release of the web app –
Music Beta users – try the new mobile web app for iOS4 and listen to your music on the go: http://music.google.com
Google Music was released earlier this year but it was only for Mac, Windows and Android and was not optimized for iOS devices.Google Music is in beta stage and is available only in invite for US users.
To use Google Music users will have to upload songs to cloud.A maximum number of 20,000 songs can be uploaded and songs can be streamed to a device which has internet connection.
Google Music streaming service will be competing with Amazon Cloud Drive and Apple’s iCloud.To use Amazon’s Cloud Drive users will have to pay $20 to get 20GB space and iMatch is a paid feature of iCloud which scans user’s iTunes library with iTunes Store and provides users information required for the songs.
Google Music Web app enables you to browse music by songs,playlist or genre just like the native app of Android but you unfortunately you cannot play music offline.If you are a Google Music beta user and a US resident then you can download Google Music Web app by directing mobile Safari at music.google.com.
Google may release a native app in App Store in near future “We’re considering all options to bring the service to more people, but don’t have anything official to share”.