The application gMusic, available on the App Store, allowed us so far to access their music library stored in the corresponding Google account

How to use Google Music All Access from your iPhone

Last week Google introduced a new streaming music service named Google Music All Access which allows us to listen to our favorite artists from anywhere except from our iOS devices. Google has not commented on whether they are working on an application for Google Music All Access optimized for the iPhone, but we can expect the company to launch the tool at some point, and so far has never stopped side by users of Apple devices.

The application gMusic, available on the App Store, allowed us so far to access their music library stored in the corresponding Google account

The application gMusic, available on the App Store, allowed us so far to access their music library stored in the corresponding Google account. gMusic has been updated over the weekend for all those who have an account in Google Music All Access can hear the music from iPhone. We recall that the service is only available in the U.S., for now.

With version 6.0 of gMusic the user can also create new playlists, radio stations and search.

If you have a subscription to Google Music All Access and want to enjoy your account through the iPhone, then we recommend using this application.