Play Pi or how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a music player

RaspBerry Pi

We could say that the applications or uses of the Raspberry Pi are practically infinite and on this website we have seen a lot of examples. However, today we want to show you one more and that is mainly aimed at all users who have one of these small devices stored in a drawer without giving it too much use. For example, all those users who bought a RaspBerry Pi 2 and have the first version with little use somewhere at home come to mind.

Today for all the owners of this little computer we are going to teach you, in a simple way, how to create a music player thanks to Play Pi. To convince you we must tell you that it will allow you to play all the music that you store or save in Google Play Music, something certainly interesting, right?

To begin, you will only have to access GitHub (we have left you the download link at the end of this article) where we will find all the necessary files to install Play Pi on our Raspberry. Then we can start to enjoy streaming music or enjoy our personal music collection, since remember in Google Play Music you can store up to 50.000 songs.

Raspberry Pi

If you have a Raspberry Pi tucked into a drawer without giving it too much use, now you can give it one, quite simple, but very interesting, such as listening to music and also browsing all the options that Google Play Music offers us.

Ready to turn your Raspberry Pi into a music player?.

Download - Play Pi


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