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G-Ear Player

By Zsolt Szatmári

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G-Ear music player allows you to connect to your existing Google Play Music account without confining yourself to a web browser or Flash player. The interface aims to be simple and intuitive, just does what it has to. Don't hesitate, go on and try!

Users can upload up to 20,000 of their songs to the Google Play service. Google Play Music is a music streaming platform that lets you combine the Google Music All Access* catalog with your own library. With All Access you can enjoy unlimited listening to millions of songs, as well as create custom radios. Put your entire music collection into the cloud and listen to the songs without carrying them on your OS X device!

We appreciate every feature request, and encourage you to write your opinion to us. Please drop an email in case of encountering any bugs, we are eager to give you the perfect experience.

- full Google Music All Access* support: Search & Radio
- create Instant Mixes (if you don't have All Access)
- manage Playlists, Library
- album-, artist- and genre views
- high resolution album art via
- graphic Equalizer
- "Modern Dark" and "Cocoa" visual themes
- scrobbling

- create Radios or Instant Mixes based on song, album, or artist (right click on song)
- 'I'm Feeling Lucky' radio
- search for songs on All Access, and add to Library or playlist
- edit song metadata
- delete songs from Library (right click on song)
- compatible with Nicecast
- post songs to Notification Center (Mountain Lion or better)
- can sit in status bar instead of Dock
- display album art for currently played song,
- Previous, Play, and Next buttons in OS X status bar (can be turned off in settings if not desired)
- gapless playback
- Apple keyboard Previous, Play and Next buttons (may require external preference pane**). G-Ear itself can also be launched if it's not running.
- Apple Remote support (requires external preference pane, and please note that Apple Remote is a physical remote, not to be confused with the iOS app called 'Remote’)
- pause/play song by pressing Space
- pause playback if Mac goes to sleep
- filter your songs
- shuffle, repeat
- rate your songs
- Auto playlists (Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down, Recently Added, the meaning of the latter is configurable)
- full screen support
- 2-factor Google authentication
- select Audio Output device (including AirPlay on Mountain Lion or better)
- post currently played song via Twitter or Facebook (on Mountain Lion or better)
- fully Retina compatible

* a subscription to Google Music All Access is required
** free Magic Keys pane can be downloaded from:

Twitter: @_TreasureBox_

What's New in Version 1.6.10

- Fixed problem causing song ratings and edited song metadata not to be updated on server side
- Update play count and last played date properly
- Design improvements
- Added confirmation dialog when removing multiple songs at once
- Added option to sort songs via album name instead of song's matched album id (turn on if you experience problems with sort order)
- Fixed rare crash or song halt related to seeking
- Fixed problem causing not to be able to downrate songs in ‘Unrated’ auto playlist


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G-Ear Player
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  • 3,59 €
  • Category: Music
  • Updated: 20 March 2014
  • Version: 1.6.10
  • Size: 3.8 MB
  • Language: English
  • Developer: Zsolt Szatmari

Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor

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