1. twolastnames's Avatar
    Found a new app everyone may enjoy. I have not downloaded it yet, so I can't give a review, but will later today. Gmusic sniper. Looks like it takes the cached music from gmusic and let's you play it in any other music app. Bad thing, for now you have to be rooted, but the. Dev says he is working on a non rooted way of making it work. RootzReviews: gMusic Sniper
    01-26-2012 08:10 AM
  2. Sax1031's Avatar
    This is Google Music Import. It is $3.99. It allows you to play your offline Google Music in the stock player(or other music players) with beats. It keeps the ID3 tags and artwork. Your device does not need to be rooted either.

    01-26-2012 05:55 PM
  3. richs10's Avatar
    Can someone explain to me why Google Music needs a $3.99 app to be played on my phone's stock (or any other) music player? I thought Google was supposed to be the "open source" format?

    I am very disappointed that music I purchase from Google Music can only be played on the Google Player. Seems like DRM again. Very Apple of them! And why don't the reviews of Google Music make this 'limitation' clear?

    01-27-2012 07:16 AM
  4. lhage1503's Avatar
    Google Music can be played in whatever player you want. All you need to do is use the Music Manager to download it to your PC. Then, its just an MP3 playable anywhere you want.
    01-27-2012 10:31 AM
  5. Schwermzilla's Avatar
    I ran into the same issue a while back. I don't much care for the google music interface, and i wanted to cloud my music somewhere... so as of right now amazon is getting my money. hopefully they (google) hears about our disapproval of this and changes if in an update.
    richs10 likes this.
    01-27-2012 10:53 AM