Google Play Music Desktop App for Windows 10 Released

For those who are on Windows 10, The lack of a native Google Play Music app means, for some, you are limited from listening to the music from your PC.  Some version of Windows 10 won’t allow you to install non-Windows Store apps so that rules out Chrome for your browser and easier Play Music playing.

Enter GPMDP.  The app is developed by Samuel Attard and gives you a customizable app that allows you to play your Play Music natively within Windows 10.  While it is not an official Google app, it gets the job done and works really well.

The app is customizable with different themes and well being able to change music without having to open the app up each time (it can run in the background).  Essentially, GPMDP is a web wrapper.  I generally don’t get too excited about these types of apps because they usually don’t perform well.  This one is a notable exception as testing it on my Windows 10 PC, it works great.

GPMDP is a free app and it is available in the Windows Store.  If you have been looking for a way to use your Google Play Music subscription on your Windows 10 PC in an app, give this one a try and see what you think.

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