Installing Google Play Music Manager on Ubuntu 13.04

Google Play Music Manager on Ubuntu

The application allows us to upload our music to the cloud. It is in beta status but it works very well.

Google Play Music Manager

Google Play Music Manager is a client for Linux that allows us to upload our music to Google Music, the online service of the Mountain View giant that allows us, among other things, to listen to our musical collection from any device that has an Internet connection, be it computers, tablets or mobile phones.


With Google Play Music Manager it is possible to:

  • Import our collection from iTunes or Windows Media Player
  • Import our collection from a specific folder
  • Upload songs automatically
  • Download songs previously uploaded or purchased from Google Play Store


To install Google Play Music Manager on Ubuntu 13.04 follow the steps listed below. It is worth mentioning that it is a version in state beta, although it works quite well.

The first thing is to download the DEB package:

wget -c -O gpmm32.deb

And then we simply install it:

sudo dpkg -i gpmm32.deb

If a problem arises from dependencies, we fix it with:

sudo apt-get -f install

For machines 64 bits the package to download is as follows:

wget -c -O gpmm64.deb

Then we carry out the installation in the same way:

sudo dpkg -i gpmm64.deb

And in the same way, if dependency problems arise we execute

sudo apt-get -f install

. To launch the application we just have to look for it in the programs menu, or we can always execute (Alt+F2) "Google-musicmanager".

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  1.   kriparam said

    Hello, I have downloaded this package from the Ubuntu software center but it comes in English and I can't find a way to convert it to Spanish. Do you know how it should be done? As far as I remember, the installation did not give me the option and since I see that all the installation reviews come in English, I don't feel like installing / installing. I have asked and looked in google play forums but I can't find anything. Thanks

    1.    kriparam said

      I have ubuntu 14.04