Google Music, Google’s online music locker service, allows you to access music from pretty much any device that has a web browser. But as we all know, most web apps have limitations when compared to native apps and at the moment there is no official Google Music app for Windows Phone. A developer has decided to solve the problem by creating their own Google Music app called Gooroovster.
Available now on the Windows Marketplace, it gives users a way to access the music service through a native app. All users have to do is login to their Google account and they’re good to go. In addition to browsing through music by songs, artists, and albums, support for playlists is included as well. Judging by the reviews posted on the app’s Marketplace entry, it looks like users aren’t disappointed as well.
Gooroovster is available now for $3.99 (Google Music account needed) and there is a trial version that is available for free. Head over the Windows Marketplace to download it.
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