gMusic – A Native Google Music App for iPhone

If you have already used Google Music service, you may find it a very handy service as it manages your current library on the web and enables you to access and play it through web browser while being at work. The service also benefits the Android users as it enables them to stream music through Bluetooth in long drives.

Google Music for iOS is offered as a web app at the moment like many other Google apps. However, an unofficial version of the app is now available in iTunes that enables you to use Google Music natively on your iPhone.

If we talk about the interface of the app, it is more of an iOS iPod app-like.  It is important to note here that the app is not designed for your iPad or iPad 2, but some crazy folks still manage to use it on their iPad/iPad 2.

The app is fast in response as it has an impressive startup timing and capable of loading songs, albums and playlists in a nick of time. The gMusic is an app that enables you to create playlists and also allows you to add music to your current playlists in your Google Music. The new app will also assist in searching Google Music library. The most significant feature of this app is its ability to run in the background which means that you can use your iPhone while still listening to your Google Music library.

Once again we are telling you that the gMusic is not an official app from Google, but we can expect to have an official version of this app with support for other iOS devices will soon be released by Google. In our personal opinion the current gMusic app is not that impressive being a web-based app for iOS except for its capability to cache songs to your iPhone. But this too can be achieved by wirelessly sync your device to iTunes to store songs.

However, if you are still interested in giving this app a try, you can download it from App Store for $1.99.

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