After coming to the iPhone, Google's Play Music app has finally arrived on the slightly bigger iPad tablet.
The app contains a new Material Design interface as well as visual improvements and fixes that allow faster and reliable streaming, The Next Web reported.
However, it said iOS users may not be able to subscribe to the All Access plan through the mobile apps – and will have to use an Android device or a browser.
Still, the Google Play Music for iPad lets users listen to tracks stored on their devices along with up to 20,000 of their songs stored in the cloud and even iTunes.
An unlimited plan allows a user to stream any song from the Play Music library and create custom radio stations.