OneMusic - Cloud Music Player

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259 reviews
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About this app

With OneMusic, you can play your music anytime and anywhere. Just copy your music files to an OneDrive or Google Drive account, log in to the account and import them by OneMusic. Your music will be available on this device.

The design of OneMusic is fast and simple.


Support multiple accounts and multiple libraries.

Synchronize your music automatically.

Manage music by Tracks, Favorites, Artists, Albums, Genres, Playlist and Folders. Sort music by track number, title, date added, artist or album.

Continuous mode: keep the progress of playlist or folders and then continue playing at the position last time you left. It is useful for studying English or listening Podcast. Navigate to Libraries > Pick a library > Check Continuous Mode to enable it.

Offline mode to play anytime or online mode to save internal storage.

Gapless playback and crossfade between tracks.

Set timer to stop playing music.


OneMusic is not designed for playing local music, but if you have any ideas or concerns, please contact us.

We only support OneDrive and Google Drive accounts at this time, more accounts will be available when we have more resources.

OneMusic works without any servers, all data are only stored in this device.
Updated on
Aug 1, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
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Ratings and reviews

238 reviews
Kaylakaze - (Kaylakaze)
September 14, 2020
Continuous mode could make this an amazing audiobook player. Unfortunately, this player needs support for more file types (especially m4b) and support for Google Team Drives. I know many people would also like a sound amplifier and multiple playback speeds. Add those features (the first two mainly) and this would be a great program. Also it says it saves data locally. If it could save continuous play data, that would also be fantastic.
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Jason Kopsch
December 1, 2022
Was a great app until it stopped working. I started using this app when I moved my music files to OneDrive after using Subsonic for years. Was the next best thing until it stopped working suddenly in October 2022. Tried uninstalling, reinstalling, rebooting, etc. Just doesn't work anymore.
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Andrew Smith
May 23, 2020
With Google Music closing later this year, I found an app that can cope with nearly 30k MP3s with the files stored on Drive. Not as polished as some of the others but it works 😊 I split the music folders into 5 when I tried to get another app to scan the files and with OneMusic I left them as they were and created one library and added each folder from Drive. As long as they are in the same library then it doesn't matter how many folders you add they can be added into the same playlist. Thanks
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What's new

Fix minor bugs.
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