gMusic 2: a Music Player for Google
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Why is gMusic better than Google's app?
- Apple Watch Support!
- Music video playback
-10 band Equalizer
- Light and Dark Theme
- Proper offline support!
- Last.fm Scrobbling (In the settings)
- Auto Playlists
- Full Playlist Editing
- iOS 8 look and feel
- Login with 1Password
- Pioneer AppRadio Support
Unique Apple Watch Experience:
- Swipe to switch tracks
- Switch Equalizer presets right on the watch
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 2 features include:
- Artist Discovery
- Create Radio Stations
- Add music to your Library directly in the app
- Airplay Support
- Innovative Navigation
- 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
- Recently-Added Playlist
- Direct secured authentication with Google. No third party servers involved.
- Remembers what you were listening to for quick resume after closing the app.
- Ability to disable streaming over 3g.
- Stay tuned for other great new features coming soon.
If your having issues, try deleting and reinstalling.
gMusic does not support Onavo. It will cause gMusic to crash.
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 3.0
Added Apple Watch app!
Cleaned up another downloader bug
To me gmusic 2 is a really good app. I have tried cloud music and gear player and they are not better and cost more or the same. Gear player is really good but ios9 update caused the app to stop working. Each has there pros and cons. I used gmusic when it first came out and it was terrible but this is a very big improvement. To say I was skeptical was a understatement and that is the reason I tried the other apps first. This app has great visuals and comes with the equalizer for free and not as an add on. Sound is premier and better the google music app. Only thing is the buffering time some times which is not too long of a wait.
A better review
Been using gMusic 2 ever since it came out. I have had nothing but good things to say about the app. Has worked way better than Google Play. I have both but Google Play always loses where I left off whereas gMusic 2 always picks up on the last song and where I left off. I have had to clear cache and reset database maybe twice in last three years. Would love to see development add skip back or ahead 15 or 30 seconds. Thanks for your hard work.
Guess it's finally time to accept…
…the official Google Play Music app is the way to go now, even if it pushes unnecessary playlists on you. I started using this app after the Cloud Play had too many bugs to be functional. Well, it seems that this app has quickly met the same fate. It used to be pretty good, despite occasional playback issues and album art not loading. But now it won't even play for more than 30 seconds without crashing. Unfortunately, that makes it less than useful, so I definitely cannot recommend this app anymore. Don't spend your money on this until the developer gets it working again.
- Category: Music
- Updated: Apr 19, 2015
- Version: 3.0
- Size: 87.4 MB
- Apple Watch: Yes
- Language: English
- Seller: Interactive Innovative Solutions LLC
- © IIS LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.