If you were like a lot of people when Google released it’s Music app last year that had cloud space for 20,000 tracks, you probably uploaded a lot of your music. And also like a lot of people, you probably realized that the Google Music player left a lot to be desired. Now you have all that music out on the cloud, and no player to access it. Well that’s where Cloud Music Sniper comes into play.
This app used to be called Google Music Sniper, but of course Google banned it from the Market because they didn’t give permission to use their name, and rightfully so. Why would they want to promote an app that meant you didn’t want to use their service? So the developer re-released the app under a new name. It’s available for $1.99 in the Android Market.
There is really only one thing you need to do in your Google Music player in order for this app to function properly. You have to enable your music to be available offline. Then simply follow the instructions in the Sniper app. The app will then save any music to your SD card as an MP3 with with all the correct tags. You can then import those songs into your favorite music player, like Power Amp. Now you can do as you please with all your music.[Cloud Music Sniper]