As many frustrated iOS users continue to lament, Google’s Play Music All Access streaming platform still isn’t available in the iOS ecosystem.
But the long wait may finally be over, says Engadget on Thursday. In fact, Google’s music app for iOS will likely arrive before month’s end.
Sources speaking with Engadget confess that Google employees are being invited to try out the app as we speak.
At the moment, bugs still exist but Google is working to smooth everything out before the end of October.
The company had previously closed the door on iOS users because Flash was needed to enforce DRM restrictions set by music labels. Now, Google appears to have overcome that issue and is nearly ready to launch.
Users in nearly two dozen countries already have access to Google’s Standard and All Access music services.