Android chief Sundar Pichai confirmed during an interview at All Things D's D11 conference on Thursday that a Google Play Music All Access app will soon launch for iOS.
When responding to a question about how Google approached cross-platform apps the senior vice-president of Android said it's "Google’s DNA" to be universally accessible.
"A couple weeks from now we will launch Google Play Music All Access for iOS, the teams are working like crazy to do it," said Pichai to host Walt Mossberg at D11.
Google announced Play Music All Access, an expansion of Play Music that gives access to millions of tracks in Google's music service, at Google I/O this month. The music subscription service is about listening to music and music discovery.
All Access costs $9.99 (£6.60) in the US, but there's a 30-day free trial to get things started.