On stage at D11, Sundar Pichai announced that Google Play Music All Access will be coming to iOS in about one month’s time. While the company remained quiet about offering cross platform access during the service’s debut at I/O, it appears now that development is underway. Pichai stated that Google is interested in giving users universal access to its services, and it’s clear that part of that is making them available on Apple’s platform as well. The All Access subscription music service launched on Android two weeks ago, and so far it looks like Google’s offering is just as strong as that from competitors Spotify and Rdio. Giving customers more ways to access their music can only make the service more robust, and — just like Google wants — open it up to a larger audience.