Among the announcements Android and Chrome boss Sundar Pichai had in store for D11, he announced that Google’s new All Access streaming music service will soon be available on iOS devices. Google does not currently offer a Google Music app for iOS, and users instead rely on a variety of available third-party apps. Within the next few weeks, however, Pichai said that Google will finally be rolling out its own app for the iPhone and iPad, and it will include Google’s All Access functionality, which allows users to pay $9.99 per month (or $7.99 per month for those who started their free trials in May) for unlimited access to Google’s entire music library.

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