Google's new music streaming service -- Music All Access -- is coming to iOS, possibly within a few weeks, the company has confirmed.
Music All Access was announced back in early May at the Google developer conference Google I/O. The service allows users to stream music, create e-radio stations, and discover music based on their preferences and is available for $9.99 per month after a month-long free trial.
The service was originally limited to desktop clients and Android but speaking at D11, Wall Street Journal's eleventh D: All Things Digital conference, which ran from May 28-30, Android and Chrome chief Sundar Pichai revealed that it will soon be coming to iOS. Though no date has been specified it is thought that the service will arrive on iOS by this summer, or even within a few weeks.
Currently, Music All Access is only available to clients within the US, but Google has indicated that it expects to expand the service to other territories in the near future.