If you got an invitation to Google's Music Beta service and also use an iPhone or iPad, get excited. Google's decided to give Apple iOS users the ability to access its cloud music serivce via a newly designed Web app.

Yeah, sorry—iPhone users won't get a native app like the one available for Android phones, but the web app looks exactly like the Android app and provides much of the same functionality: browse your music by artist, album, song, playlist, or genre. Music can also play in the background and be controled by the built-in iOS play/pause/skip controls. Only downside—well, besides it being a Web app—is the lack of offline playback.

[via PC World]