Perhaps you only have a small internal storage, so you can not store your entire music library on your device. A cloud would be so wonderful. Users of Google Play Music as a music cloud are probably familiar the following problem: your music can not be played with other apps and the MP3 files are stored somewhere hidden in the system, so you can not even share a song.
What is it?
I have developed an app that can export the music from Play Music back. Even the ID3 tags are added. It shows you all the tracks and albums that are currently cached on your device. With a simple click, the app exports the track on your SD card. If you hold on a title, you'll also have the opportunity to share the title directly or to open the title with a different music app. By holding on an album, you can also export the entire album.
Note that this only works if the music is in the cache of Play Music. The Play Music Exporter shows a small pin next to the title. Either you set the music on ‘offline available' or you start playing the music for a few seconds (The music is automatically cached by playing only via Wi-Fi or you have ‘Download via Wi-Fi only’ disabled in the Play Music settings.).
Another special feature of this app is: There is no advertising, no internet permissions, no access to private data (contacts, calls, etc. ..) And all root commands are logged and can be reviewed.
The app requires root privileges.
Finally, there is an AllAccess support! If you install the version 2.0.0 (from my Homepage) you don't need the AllAccessPlugin anymore. You can uninstall the plugin via Android-Settings -> Application.
Download the latest version from David-Schulte.de: https://www.david-schulte.de/en/play...orter-updater/
Bugs and Feature wishes
Visit the Mantis bug tracker: http://mantis.david-schulte.de/