Google Play Music is your ultimate music paradise because it has a large music library with millions of songs in the cloud. However, not all devices will be tuned online 24-7! Therefore, it's necessary sometime that we're able to play Google Music offline. If you are wondering how to do that, this post will provide you several helpful solutions.

Part 1. Play Google Music Offline on Computer

Downloading music and saving them on your computer is regarded as the most convenient and effective way to play Google music offline. If you want to download Google music for offline enjoyment, iMusic will be a good choice. This program is available for Windows and Mac computers, and enables you to download, record, transfer music files. Moreover, it has a toolbox that provides multiple additional features. In this part, we'll show you how to use iMusic to get Google Music offline.

iMusic - Most Excellent Google Music Downloader

  • Download music from over 10,000 music and video sites.
  • Record music in original quality and automatically split the ads.
  • Discover and download music from more than 300,000 songs.
  • Transfer music between any two devices directly without iTunes.
  • Fix music library intelligently with correct ID3 tags.

iMusic is All-in-One Music Downloader and Management Tool.

  • Download music from more than 300 music sites by copying and pasting the URL.
  • Record unlimited music from any website for playback in your computer with just one click.
  • Built-in music library let you browse and preview the lattest and hottest music.
  • Automatically save downloaded/recorded music to library for management and easy transfer.
  • Identify and tag music with artist, title, album, genre, and more with the latest technology.

How to Download and Play Google Music Offline with iMusic

Step 1. Start iMusic on your computer, and choose the DOWNLOAD option at the top middle of the software window, then choose YouTube at left bottom.

Play Google Music Offline - Start iMusic

Step 2. iMusic will pay a visit to YouTube. Now search for the music you want from Google Music, and the download option will display at the upper left corner. Choose MP3 as an output and click the Download button.

Play Google Music Offline - Download Music

Step 3. Once the download is done, you can choose ITUNES LIBRARY at the top middle of the software window, and choose the Downloaded Playlist to view the downloaded songs.

Play Google Music Offline - Locate Downloaded Music

Part 2. Play Google Music Offline on iPhone/iPad/iPod

Although Google released Google Play Music app for iOS, it doesn't function so well as its Android version. Moreover, when you want to play Google Music offline with this app, you will have to subscribe to the service. So, many iPhone or iPad users choose to download the songs first, and then play them on their devices. This part will introduce you how to to do that. As mentioned, iMusic enables users to download or record music files, and then transfer to their mobile devices for the offline enjoyment. In this part, we're going to introduce how to use iMusic to download and transfer music files to iOS devices.

How to Download and Transfer Google Music to iPhone/iPad/iPod

Step 1. Download and install iMusic, then start it on your computer. After that, choose RECORD option at the top middle of the program, and click the Record button at bottom.

Play Google Music Offline - Start iMusic

Step 2. Go to Google Play Music and play the songs you want offline, then iMusic will automatically start recording the song. Click the Record button again to stop the recording process.

Play Google Music Offline - Recording Google Music

Step 3. When the recording process finishes, you can choose ITUNES LIBRARY and locate the recorded songs in Recorded playlist.

Play Google Music Offline - Locate Recorded Music

Step 4. Connect iPhone, iPad or iPod to computer with the USB cable, and iMusic will automatically detect it. Then check the recorded songs, right-click one of them and choose Add to > iPhone/iPad/iPod.

Play Google Music Offline - Locate Recorded Music

So, there it is. With iMusic, you are able to play Google Music offline without any effort. iMusic gives users another option - Download any music they need for offline playback, and this trick will be introduced in the following part.

Part 3. Play Google Music Offline on Android Devices

You're lucky if you're using an Android phone or tablet. The simple yet helpful steps below will tell you how to play Google Music offline on your Android device when you're not connected to the Internet.

Step1. Make sure you are in the correct view. On the Music app on your Android phone, select either Albums, Artists or Playlists using the horizontal navigation bar at the top of the app. On the tablet, you can switch views using the drop-down menu in the top-left corner.

Step 2. On your Android phone, touch the menu button and choose Make available offline. On your tablet, this menu is at the top-right corner of the Application bar.

Step 3. Touch the gray pin next to each item you want to play offline. You can select multiple items at once.

Step 4. The gray pin will turn green, marking that the items will be played offline.

Step 5. Touch Done and the Music app will start downloading the items to your device.

Play Google Music Offline - Play on Android Devices

Note

  • You could also touch the triangular menu button next to any album, artist or playlist, and select Available offline to download Google Music to your Android devices.
  • Dim green pins indicates that the songs or albums are transferred from a computer.
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