Google Music Beta can now run on iOS devices mainly with HTML5 Web interface which will facilitate the users in listening to their favorite songs. The application has not been quite popular among the masses and it’s time to focus on how to get people to use it. One key: mobile.
While Google launched an Android app for Music Beta alongside the initial unveiling at I/O this year (it’s baked into the Music app), iOS users were SOL.
The app isn’t as pretty as the native application on Android or the web app for desktops, but it’s functional. You can easily play all of your songs, search, shuffle, etc. Swiping left and right takes you between Artists, Albums, Songs, etc. The Music will play in the background while you browse your online music catalog and will even continue to play when you switch to another application.
However, there are a few drawbacks of this application as it does not has a music store where you can save your songs and can only listen to those uploaded from the PC. Also, one cannot remove any song and albums.
To take the Google Music Beta, you can check out the iOS web app by pointing mobile Safari music.google.com.