Google Music Beta releases iOS web app
Google announced today via Twitter that Google Music Beta now has a web app for iOS users.
The HTML5 based web app allows Google to sidestep Apple’s App Store, eliminating the need for Apple’s approval.
Google’s Music Beta service is currently a free service but it’s by invite only while in beta. It’s basically a music locker that allows users to upload up to 20,000 songs and listen to them from any computer or iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Google Music Beta also enables user to listen to their music offline, create playlists and keep their music collection in sync.
To use Google Music Beta on your iOS device, go to music.google.com in Safari on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. If you are not a current beta user you can request an invite.