Google Music is a great thing. You can upload 20,000 songs to the cloud and play it back on any Android device or through any browser. But if you prefer other music apps, likeWinAmp or CyanogenMod’s Music Player, you’re out of luck. Until now.
Developer r2DoesInc has released Cloud Music Sniper, an app that makes your Google Music library available on any music app you want to use, even when you have no Wi-Fi or data connection. To do this, you will have to make your Google Music library available offline, launch the Cloud Music Sniper app, and follow the instructions.
Cloud Music Sniper then saves any music you have marked as available offline to your SD card, making it accessible by any music player app you have installed. Easy as pie. It even saves it in the proper folders based on artist, album, and track name, provided the files include the correct MP3 ID3 tags. Of course, you will have to have enough space on your SD card for all the music you have marked to download.
The Google Music Manager desktop software recently added the ability to download your music to your desktop, but Cloud Music Sniper does all the work for you on the device itself.
So if you want to break free from the confines of the Google Music app, and are willing to part with an affordable $1.99, download Cloud Music Sniper from the Android market link.