Google is going to release new Android applications for the iPad that are compatible with the iPad app store, according to a new report.
The report, citing anonymous sources, says Google will make a new iPad app compatible with iPad.
The source added that Apple had no comment on the report, so the report has not been confirmed by Apple.
Google recently announced a new Android app, dubbed Google Reader, that allows users to access books from the Google Store.
The new app was released on February 23, but Apple did not make it available until April.
A Google spokesperson said in a statement to Bloomberg: We don’t comment on rumor and speculation.
The news comes as Google is still working to finalize its next iPad OS, codenamed the iPad Pro.