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The delay for the launch of Google Play Music All Access’ app for iOS has never been explained: it was expected to launch within weeks of the Android version’s debut in May. Instead, it’s taken six months, but on Friday the app went live in Apple’s App Store. As on Android, it’s a neatly-designed streaming music app, providing access to on-demand tracks and custom radio stations, as well as recommendations and streams from users’ collections stored in Google’s cloud. The app fits nicely in with Apple’s iOS 7 look and feel, and while it claims users have “no need to worry about syncing, storage space or offline playback”, the app *does* support offline playback, which mobile broadband data limits being what they are, is still an essential feature for this kind of app.

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