Digital Music, , , , , , , , , — May 12, 2011 12:45 — 0 Comments

Your Google music on the iPhone?

Here’s a follow-up to yesterday’s story on Google Music Beta that will be of interest to all iPhone users, at least those in the United States.

I can’t test this because music.google.com is not yet available in Europe, which is annoying to say the least, but theoretically iPhone people should, according to a Fast Company article, ‘Just pop open your Safari browser, head to music.google.com, and hit Play. Voilà: Google Music on iOS. But that’s not all. Safari on the iPhone has background privileges, meaning Google Music will continue to play even when Safari is minimized. All the controls — hitting Play or clicking Forward — work seamlessly (after the clunky process of hitting play) with Google Music, even the buttons on your iPhone headphones’.

Awesome. Beat that Apple.

Read the article in full here, and send me your opinion it you find it works — or not.

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Tony Myers has written 866 articles for Smart Movie Making

Fooling around with the iPhone since 2010. Taking it to the next web by writing about new media, new technology, new wave cinema and the digital revolution.

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