[New App] GMusicFS Beta imports your tunes from Google Music into any media player

gmusic Screenshot 614x1024 [New App] GMusicFS Beta imports your tunes from Google Music into any media player

While I personally use Google Music on almost a daily basis, one thing I find frustrating is the fact that the only option I have for accessing my music in the cloud is using Google’s proprietary player. Google’s music player isn’t the worst, but it can definitely use some improvement. Google Music has made it very convenient to access my ridiculous music library wherever I may be, but I’d much rather use something like PowerAMP to stream my tunes.

Today I was pleased to find XDA developer forum member  bubbleguuum has made this possible with GMusicFS, an app for rooted devices that will allow streaming your Google Music library from PowerAMP, Winamp, or one of the many other media players available in the Play Store.

GMusicFS will access your Google account, import track info from your cloud, and then mount the cloud drive as local storage. You are then able to not only see your music but play the music directly from the cloud. Keep in mind the app is currently still in beta, and doesn’t appear to be working for some users. GMusicFS requires at least Android 4.0, and according to the forum does not play well with HTC devices. Head to this thread over at XDA to download and give it a shot.

[via androidpolice]


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