Google Play Music 1.5.3184 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 001)

Another day, another high-profile app receives its iPhone 6 focused update. After Apple optimized the WWDC app for the bigger iPhone screens, the Internet giant Google on Friday refreshed its Play Music iOS client with native display support for the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus screens. The refreshed application has additionally squashed several bugs and introduced “lots of little tweaks”.

Google Play Music is available free in the App Store.

They have a new Home screen icon, too.

Google Play Music 1.5.3184 for iOS (app icon, small)

Google Play Music 1.5.3184 changelog:

  • iPhone 6/6+ support
  • Lots of little tweaks and bug fixes

The six-megabyte download supports any iPhone or iPod touch with iOS 7.0 or later. iPads are not yet supported natively.

Though the standard edition is free, you should consider subscribing to Google’s $9.99 per month All Access tier to gain unlimited streaming, custom radio stations from any song, artist or album, unlimited radio skipping, human-curated playlists and smart recommendations based on your tastes.

The service is currently available in 34 countries. A free 30-day trial is available here.

[App Store]

  • Fede777

    Version 1.4.3057 has that icon.

  • Anonymous

    Got beats, and iTunes radio, along with all my cloud iTunes songs. I’m good with apple’s set up. But I have taken google play music for a drive, and think it is cool. If you have a bunch of old CD’s (i know whats that?), you can upload them in google play and stream them if you need some extra storage space on you iPhone. But I don’t have any of these problems, so eh.