If you have music files on your Google Drive, you might want to play them directly without having to download them first. Music Player for Google Drive allows you to do it.
If you have some music files stored in your Google Drive, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to play them everywhere and without having to download them first. Here’s how you can do just that.
Play Music Directly from Google Drive
Log in to your Google Drive, find the music file you want to play, and right-click it. In the menu that comes up, click “Open with” and then the “Connect more apps” option.
Now, search for Music Player for Google Drive and connect it to your account in the window that comes up. Don’t forget to set it to be used by default. That way, you won’t need to go through these steps each time.
Now, right-click the MP3 file you want to play, go to Open with > Music Player for Google Drive and allow access to your account when prompted. Note that it also supports MP4, OGG, WAV, and AAC music files.
Your song will play without a problem, and from now on, it will do so directly. It’s also worth noting that a playlist will automatically be created if you select more than one track. You can always click “Add audio files from Google Drive” to add more songs to the playlist.