I want to be able to listen to songs on my phone via my pc at work. I want my headphones to be plugged into my pc. Is there any application that works with Google Play Music on the pc?

Like when you ply an iPhone into itunes and can play music


** Edit 20/11/2013

At work we can't stream music. Also I'm not guaranteed to be sitting at the same machine so don't want to copy all my songs to the pc each time

closed as off-topic by Dan Hulme, ale, ce4, onik Nov 20 '13 at 7:25

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    This question appears to be off-topic because it is about PC software and isn't related to Android. – Dan Hulme Nov 19 '13 at 10:55
  • @DanHulme Is there no other way to stream the audio to the PC using an Android app? I'm voting to Leave Open this question. – geffchang Nov 19 '13 at 11:17
  • What about a DLNA server (e.g. BubbleUPnP) on the Android device, and some DLNA client on the computer? As long as both are connected to the same network, that should do. – Izzy Nov 19 '13 at 11:35
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    Why would you want any of that? You can stream music from Google Play straight to any PC by logging in through the web interface. The phone doesn't have to be involved at all. – Dan Hulme Nov 19 '13 at 11:55
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    play.google.com/music – ale Nov 19 '13 at 13:45

You have two options, assuming your using a windows pc:

There is this nifty windows app for the pc:

Google Music Desktop Player for Windows:


The web UI:



Just a matter of preference, the web UI is easy & accessible from any pc with a internet connection or the app if you prefer a more permanent solution on like your daily pc or something you use frequently...

  • I'm in Australia this unfortunately this doesn't help. Also I can't stream music – Mark Nov 20 '13 at 12:20

If you have uploaded your songs from your Android device unto Google Play Music (not sure if it does this automaticly) then you are able to play the music by logging into http://music.google.com from your PC.

The sweet side effect of this is that it doesn't drain your Android's battery. :)

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