Radiant Player

for Google Play Musicâ„¢

Turn Google Play Music into a separate, beautiful application that integrates with your Mac.

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No affiliation with Google. Requires Mac OS X 10.8 or above, and Adobe Flash Player.
Release notes for Radiant Player v1.3.1:

Super quick bug-fix release. The option to "Use Safari cookies" was broken in the recently released 1.3.0, so this is a quick release that fixes that bug. See the 1.3.0 release notes for more information about what changed in that release.

Release notes for Radiant Player v1.3.0:

Radiant Player is (for the most part), Yosemite ready! There will be some problems here and there where I wasn't able to get to polishing the release for the sake of having this out before Yosemite is publicly released, so let me know about all the dents and scratches that I can work on.

  • Update styles for OS X Yosemite
  • Create Yosemite style and Spotify Black Vibrant style
  • Fix separate cookie storage

My apologies that it took so long to release something, and that many of you in the beta were stuck with the pesky Library error. Please let me know if there are issues with this release on any platform!


Media keys

Control your music without having to switch applications. Radiant Player responds to the media keys built into your Mac, allowing you to easily control the playback of your music no matter what you're doing.


Notifications

Get notifications whenever the currently playing song changes.


Mini player

Use the mini player in the system menu bar to control your music without interrupting you.
Alternate between mini player sizes by clicking on the album art.


Last.fm Integration

Update your Now Playing status and scrobble tracks to Last.fm.


Adjustable appearance

Use custom styles built into Radiant Player to make it look beautiful and integrated into your system, or stick with Google's original theme.

Google
Cocoa
Spotify Black
Dark
Dark Flat