gMusic: a Music Player for Google
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Why is gMusic better than Google's app?
- Plays music from the iPod
- Music video playback
- Youtube support
- 10 band Equalizer
- Proper offline support!
- Last.fm Scrobbling (In the settings)
- Auto Playlists
- Full Playlist Editing
- iOS 9 look and feel
- Login with 1Password
Google Music allows you to keep up to 20,000 of your favorite songs in the cloud. Now you can listen to your entire music collection without having to use any space on your iOS device.
gMusic features include:
- Artist Discovery
- Create Radio Stations
- Add music to your Library directly in the app
- Works with the built in Sleep Timer
- Very fast load times
- Add songs to existing playlists
- Search by Artist, Songs, Albums, or Genres
- Plays in the background so you can use your other apps while still listening to your music
- Offline support
- Direct secured authentication with Google. No third party servers involved.
- Remembers what you were listening to for quick resume after closing the app.
- Stay tuned for other great new features coming soon.
If your having issues, try deleting and reinstalling.
Questions, Comments, Feature request, Bugs? Email me!
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*Requires a Google Play Account
*Requires a subscription to Google Play All Access for All Access features
*Not all songs have music videos
What's New in Version 3.2
Added new Dark Theme.
Fixed quality setting on WiFi.
Horribly ridden with bugs
I bought this because it promised gapless playback, a feature that is glaringly missing from Google's native app. It does do that, yes, but overall the whole app is so ridden with bugs that it's not even worth it. 50% of the time it won't play a song when you tap on it; you have to tap on a few other songs and then try again to get it to work. It'll sometimes magically turn on the "import iPod music" feature, something I specifically do NOT want on, but when you try to turn it off, it keeps all your local music there anyway. I tried to download an album for offline listening, and then when I tried to delete it, it started downloading that entire artist's discography instead of deleting the album I wanted it to delete! Lots of phone overheating in general when using the app. Not worth it. Overall not a functional application.
Would be perfect if only...
This app is good but is very buggy and unstable. I wanted a google music app with an eq which it does a great job of providing. However the streaming is spotty and app crashes fairly frequently. I found that downloading much of my music to the device solved the streaming problem, but it still crashes.
With all that said, the functionality and looks of the app are great. The eq is great. I am keeping it and still use it primarily because the increase in sound with the eq is worth the minor mishaps the app has. When they fix the bugs this will deff be a must have and 5/5 app.
This app has come a long way since I've last used it. It performs like a dream for me. I was able to listen to two albums without it crashing on me. I had the built in equalizer (something Google Play Music DOESN'T have but DESPERATELY needs) set to Bass Booster and the sound is absolutely incredible!! I hope you don't end the support on this app because it is finally realizing its potential because this is the app Google Play Music should be and more!!
- Category: Music
- Updated: Mar 09, 2016
- Version: 3.2
- Size: 72.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Interactive Innovative Solutions LLC
- © IIS LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.