Listen to your music from Google Drive with audio equalizer, audio bookmarks, audio playlists, playback speed control and many other useful features. Download your favorite music when you are not connected to the Internet. Listen to your music on Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Sonos.


- Audio formats: MP3, FLAC, AAC, M4A, WAV, AIFF, M4R
- Audio equalizer
- Download manager
- Audio playlists
- Chromecast, Airplay, Sonos
- Audio bookmarks
- Playback speed control
- Sleep timer
- Background playback
- File manager
- Advanced search

What’s New

Version 2.4

We constantly update application to provide the best user experience for you.
In this version we fixed user interface issues.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.2K Ratings

1.2K Ratings

SadYasuoPlayer ,

It’s pretty good

I mean it’s not the craziest ground breaking app I’ve used. It’s simple, easy to use, and great for song playback. I read someone’s review on the fact that they don’t like how the next song starts as the current one is about to finish and I didn’t like that either, so I was about to give a 4 star rating until I just changed the settings to make that not happen anymore. It was super easy and I would recommend this app for people who want a google drive music player.

colewsmith ,

Passable for Large Collections of 100k+ songs

I will start by saying I haven’t found anything better for the size of my collection. Apple and Google/YouTube both cap at 100,000 songs for their cloud music player and I got tired of the limit. This app solved my problem, at least in small part by lifting the cap. That said, it took over a week to process the metadata for all of my files and I eventually had to delete all of the album artwork because it was filling up my phone even at the smallest image size. If your collection is smaller and loads faster/fits with album art, this is a great player. If you are searching because you are over the 100k songs iTunes Match allows, give it a try but you’ll want to keep looking at the same time.

heehawthebook ,

Great but could use some metadata fixes

I’m really enjoying the app as a way to manage my Google Drive music library. Being able to play ALAC files in particular is great. The only area where I’d like to see some improvements is the way it handles a few metadata features. It doesn’t seem to manage multi-disc albums very well. Instead of sorting songs by disc and then by track, the entire set is sequenced by track. For example, the tracks will show up as D1-T1, D2-T1, D1-T2, D2-T2, etc. instead of D1-T1, D1-T2, D1-T3, etc. Another thing that would be nice to see is the option to group compilation artists together rather than having to scroll past artists with only one or two songs in my library.

App Privacy

The developer, Igor Meleshko, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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