Apple CEO Tim Cook recently said there’s nothing stopping the company from releasing apps for Android… if the company saw any reason to do that. Meanwhile, Google has long been offering apps that run on Apple’s mobile devices, including official Google Maps, YouTube, and Gmail apps.

Now it looks like Google’s “All Access” subscription music service is also coming to Apple’s iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

Google All Access

Speaking at All Things D today, Google vice president Sundar Pichai said that All Access could be available for iOS within a few weeks.

All Access is currently only available for Android or through a web browser.

Google’s music service offers users the ability to stream millions of tracks, create playlists, listen to curated channels, and get recommendations for new music based on your tastes.

All Access subscriptions run $9.99 per month, although users who sign up before June 30th can get in for $7.99 per month. There’s also a free 30-day trial period.

The subscription music service also works together with the existing Google Play Music service which lets you upload as many as 20,000 of your own songs to a cloud storage locker. All Access users can listen to tracks from their own library or from Google’s library.

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