Google is set to release its beta of its Google Play app for iOS and Android devices on September 15, just in time for the new iPhones to arrive in stores.
The company’s iOS app has been available for some time, and it’s a major departure from Google Play for Android.
The beta will run in “the browser and app store,” Google said in a statement.
“Beta testing is an important step in making Google Play better for you and your family, and we’re excited to provide you with more great experiences with the Google Play Beta.”
Google also announced it would be adding a number of apps to the beta program, including “a new way to create, share and monetize photos, videos, music and other media.”
Google Play was designed to be a one-stop shop for developers to make apps for smartphones, and Google’s iOS apps have been available to developers since June of last year.
However, the beta will be available to a wider audience.
It will include Google Play games, music, and video apps that developers can use to test their apps, and the company will also offer apps for the iPhone X and the iPhone XL, and Android phones running Android 5.1 Lollipop.
Google has also announced plans to roll out its Android and Chrome web browser, but this is likely only for “limited testing” until Google decides to roll it out to the public.