GPMDP – abeautiful cross platform Desktop Player for Google Play Music.
*Media Keys support (Play, Pause, Stop, Previous, Next)
*Last.FM Scrobbling and Now Playing support!
*Desktop notifications on track change
*Simplistic mini player
*Customizable dark theme
*Taskbar media controls (media controls embedded into the taskbar) Windows only
*HTML5 audio support – No more Adobe Flash Player
*Built-in audio equalizer – Make it sound how you like it
*Background music playing, minimize to the task bar
*Customizable hotkeys. No worries if you don’t have media keys – Choose your own shortcuts!
*Choose your audio output device from within the player
*Interface for external applications such as Rainmeter
*And a whole lot more coming soon!!
Google Play Music – launched in 2011, subscription online music service from Google (Google Inc), which is an Internet radio station, and also provides users the ability to upload and listen to up to 50,000 songs. The service provides a paid opportunity to listen online any song from their catalog.
To listen music from your music library with Google Play Music, you need a web browser, but its use is not always convenient. Music player GPMDP allows you to access the service, Google provides a few extra features and gives you the opportunity to save system resources (due to the fact that there is no need to keep open the web browser).
Google Play Music Desktop Player (GPMDP) has a simple and customizable user interface (change skins), integrates in the notification area (system tray), has a built-in equalizer and displays the notification on track change (optional) if desired, you can activate Last.fm Scrobbler (last.fm audio scrobbler).
GPMDP fully supports HTML5 Audio (part of the HTML5 specification is designed to work audio in web browsers without using plug-ins), there is support for media keys and a fully configurable keyboard shortcuts (hotkeys).
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
1. Download the latest version either from the developer’s site
or from GutHub
2. Install (double click)