It’s been more than four months since Google launched its on-demand music streaming service, All Access, on the Web and as part of the native Google Play Music app for Android smartphones and tablets. Now, both Google Play Music and All Access are available for iOS devices too. The free version of the app allows you to access your existing library stored through Google Play Music. This can either be done by purchasing singles and records through Google’s digital storefront – only available on Android and the web – or by syncing your local library with the Music Manager client. You can upload up to 20,000 songs this way, either from iTunes or another designated folder. It’s a long-winded workaround, but an inevitability of getting Google Play Music into the App Store. A direct rival to iTunes isn’t in Apple’s best interests, after all.