One of the advantages of Google Music is the ability to listen to your music from anywhere (phone, tablet, computer). But that advantage can become a disadvantage as soon as you decide you want to listen to your music from another music app which you may like better.
All that changes with the newly renamed app Cloud Music Sniper (formerly Google Music Sniper) from developer r2DoesInc. Using its handy interface you are able to take your “offline” music and make it available to any player you choose to use with all of your id3 info left intact. It essentially relocates your temporary offline audio files to /sdcard/t3hh4xx0r/gMusicSniper/ so you’ll need to make sure you have plenty of storage space. Just fire up the app and follow the prompts and you’ll be set!
Only one of its kind!
Formerly known as Google Music Sniper, the previous app was suspended due to the name. Because of this, I am unable to get the previous purchasers a copy of this app. If you bought the old version, you will have to re purchase this one. Sorry for the inconvenience, trust me I hate it as much as you.
Got music stored on the cloud with Google Music? Got other music apps you prefer, WinAMP, mixZing, or CyanogenMods new music player? Well this is the app for you. No longer is your music limited to your data connection and being played in one app. Its your music, play it when, where, and how YOU want to.
This app allows you to take the “offline” music and make it available to any player, with all the id3 info intact. This app is so powerful that you can even take the music off your phone once its been sniped and play it on any desktop music program with no hassle.
Just make your music available offline, fire up the Sniper app, and follow the directions! The music will then be stored on your sdcard at /sdcard/t3hh4xx0r/gMusicSniper/ with artist, album, and track name along with the album artwork (if there is any) embedded in the mp3.