New 3rd Party Google Music App Available

One of my biggest problems with Windows Phone is how little of Google’s services integrate well. Finally a 3rd party developer has released an app that allows the service to operate on Windows Phone. The UI is pretty spectacular, but the price tag is set at a rather hefty $3.99, but there is a free trial available in the Marketplace.

  • Sync your entire Google Music library to your phone for browsing and streaming.
  • Browse by artists, albums, songs, and playlists.
  • Option of streaming your entire song list or streaming by artist, author, and playlist.
  • Supports play, pause, stop, skip back, skip forward, and shuffle.
  • Refresh latest allows you to only refresh the most recent 500 tracks uploaded to Google Music.
  • Refresh playlist refreshes all of your play lists on Google Music.
  • Support for background playback

You can snag it from the Marketplace here.

[via WMPU]


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