Google Music Offline Exporter

Google Music Offline Exporter


*ROOT REQUIRED*
Play your Google Music songs in any 3rd-party music player! This app allows you to export the metadata from Google Music's database and embed it directly in the mp3 files themselves. Once you have done this, you can simply point your music player to the folder you've selected to hold Google Music's offline files and play them like you normally would.

Compatible with all major 3rd-party music players, including:
-PowerAmp Music Player
-DoubleTwist Player
-Android Music Player
-Rocket Music Player
-Stock Android Music Player
-many more...

(If your music player isn't able to find your offline files, point it to the /files/music directory wherever you have redirected Google Music's cache to.)

You must also have the Google Play Music application installed for this utility to be useful.

Known bugs:
-attempting to export immediately after setup but before refreshing from Google Music app causes crash
-lack of support for older devices
-songs streamed using All Access are saved in a protected format, so no metadata can be written; this isn't really a bug, since there is nothing I can do about it, but it will cause some songs to only show up as numbers and not be playable from any app besides the Google Music app

Recent changes:
Changes in 2.1:
-notify media scanner once metadata has been updated
-remove '.nomedia' file from music directory by default
-remove '.nomedia' file from artwork directory by default
-added advanced setup option: Activate Media Scanner
-made media scanner calls more specific to save time and RAM

MAJOR 2.0 UPDATE

What's fixed:
-more widespread device compatibility
-automation of many system-level tasks
-new all-white theme
-twenty or so bugfixes
-general usability fixes
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$1.00
35
1.8
User ratings
16
Installs
500+
Concerns
0
File size
771 kb
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About Google Music Offline Exporter
*ROOT REQUIRED*
Play your Google Music songs in any 3rd-party music player! This app allows you to export the metadata from Google Music's database and embed it directly in the mp3 files themselves. Once you have done this, you can simply point your music player to the folder you've selected to hold Google Music's offline files and play them like you normally would.

Compatible with all major 3rd-party music players, including:
-PowerAmp Music Player
-DoubleTwist Player
-Android Music Player
-Rocket Music Player
-Stock Android Music Player
-many more...

(If your music player isn't able to find your offline files, point it to the /files/music directory wherever you have redirected Google Music's cache to.)

You must also have the Google Play Music application installed for this utility to be useful.

Known bugs:
-attempting to export immediately after setup but before refreshing from Google Music app causes crash
-lack of support for older devices
-songs streamed using All Access are saved in a protected format, so no metadata can be written; this isn't really a bug, since there is nothing I can do about it, but it will cause some songs to only show up as numbers and not be playable from any app besides the Google Music app

Recent changes:
Changes in 2.1:
-notify media scanner once metadata has been updated
-remove '.nomedia' file from music directory by default
-remove '.nomedia' file from artwork directory by default
-added advanced setup option: Activate Media Scanner
-made media scanner calls more specific to save time and RAM

MAJOR 2.0 UPDATE

What's fixed:
-more widespread device compatibility
-automation of many system-level tasks
-new all-white theme
-twenty or so bugfixes
-general usability fixes

User reviews of Google Music Offline Exporter
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 25, 2014
bad app it crashes every time I try to export music . I dont have all access
A Google User
Jan 15, 2014
Pretty useless My bad for not reading about the inability to save music from "All Access". It can only copy music that you put online yourself or bought (and you can download anyhow). Not going to make a big fuzz for wasting a few cents on this app, but it is crap!
A Google User
Dec 1, 2013
Did not work After I completed setup, the music app crashed at launch.
A Google User
Nov 15, 2013
Every time I export it crashes Oh probably because I have all access. Wish I knew before I paid.
A Google User
Aug 30, 2013
Works as promised Followed the steps and the app did just what I wanted first try. Good app