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    Streaming audio from Google Docs

    Is there any applications (or browser plugins) that can stream music stored on google docs ? We are a band that shares music on google docs, and it's a bit frustrating to have to download the mp3's every time - or at least first time - you want to listen. The alternative could be to store the music somewhere else ?
    Has anyone a good idea ?

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    I did a search in google and there is good news for you. Hope it helps.

    Google Docs - Audio Preview for MP3/WAV/OGG
    http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/87350

    Google Docs to Get Music Player?
    http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2375970,00.asp

    Play Audio in Google Sites Using SkyDrive, Dropbox, Docs and Gadgets
    http://jeffthomastech.com/blog/?p=8248

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    thank you

    The plugin to google chrome works fine on MP 3 and there is also a solution for wma.This solves our problem, thanks again.Best fromEastharbourjazzband.dk

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    I just published my Google Docs music streamer for Android. It's called CloudAmpz and has both a paid and a free version:

    https://market.android.com/details?i...udampz.android
    https://market.android.com/details?i...z.free.android

    If you want to run the application from windows (instead of an Android device) you can install the Bluestack Android http://bluestacks.com/ (or some other emulator) with Cloud Connect and install the App over there. I use the Android Toolkit emulator to play my music library from Google Docs on my windows machine.

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    Thanks you - Android will do

    I got your app. on my Galaxy s2 now - and you have my 1$ :-)

    I just plug my mobile in an amplifier and everything is practical and ok.

    Thanks

    Jesper G-H
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