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Thread: Google Drive for music?

  1. #1
    Default Google Drive for music?
    Heres the situation:
    Google drive comes out on iOS (yay)
    I put all my music in google drive thinking i can save it all offline and listen on the go.
    Its almost perfect, but i cant open MP3 files in google drive, but it does state that you can use other apps to open the file.
    The only one shown for me is Dropbox, and that doesn't work.

    So is there an app that does play these MP3s?

    Even better, is there a tweak that can import these MP3s into your 'Music' app? Personally that would rid the need of iTunes for me!

    Would be great to hear if this is out there or in the works!

    (Also loving MMI, even though im primarily a lurker)

    When I'm on the PC later ill make a pic showing what I'm asking for, just incase my explanation is a little vague.

  2. #2
    This will probably get me a fair few telling offs but... Bump.

    Would be great to get some help on this

  3. #3
    Try out Xilisoft Vider Converter. Use iDevice to get mp3's on pc.

  4. #4
    I think i haven't been as clear as i should have been, the MP3s are already in google drive's IOS app, but i have no way to play them.
    Thanks for the response though!

  5. #5
    Did i post this in the right place?

  6. #6
    Google Drive now has some interesting features like music and video storage capacity.
    mod edit/links removed.

  7. #7
    I still get this message, and when i click 'Open With', it shows DropBox and iFile, neither of with can play each track in the folder consecutively
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  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by SAND33P View Post
    I still get this message, and when i click 'Open With', it shows DropBox and iFile, neither of with can play each track in the folder consecutively
    iFile can play tracks consecutively, it may only be mp4s that can be played like this though (haven't tested other file types) I'd suggest using dropbox and linking it to iFile, then you should be good to go.

    If the MP3s don't work, anything through imported to iTunes is converted to mp4. So import all the music, find the new files, move them to your dropbox folder, and then play via iFile. Simple

  9. #9
    Thanks for the reply

    I allready have dropbox and use that for other stuff, planning on having google drive to support my music, i reckon ill just find a way to import them into ifile

    For now ill have to go with iTunes/iPod, guess thatl have to do now

    Thanks for the help!

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