Although the service remains in invite-only beta, Google has expanded the functionality of its Google Music locker service to support Apple-made devices.
The update means users can download an app to their iPhone or iPad that will let them stream music they have uploaded to the cloud-based locker. Ironically, that means it's beaten Apple to the company's own device, but not for much longer, as Apple's iCloud will be going live in the coming months and doesn't require users to spend hours uploading their music.
Amazon's Cloud Drive service works with iPads, but not iPhones at present. The Google Music service remains free while in the private beta.
Google made the announcement via its Twitter feed.