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I have uploaded MP3 files in my google Docs. Can I play them there? Because they allow video files so I was thinking if they allow streaming mp3 files as well.

If not, is there any way that I can store MP3 in Google docs but play them online using some service.

There is an iPhone app which lets you play music from Google docs but I want a webiste which can do that

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It seems possible through SyncDocs: techmemore.com/music-in-google-docs – tic Apr 27 '12 at 14:01

Google don't want this as a service as they have just released a new music service. However, there is a service http://www.g2themax.com/ that allows you to play mp3 files stored in Gdocs. But Google may have blocked this.

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actually google music service is only for US – user786783 Jun 27 '11 at 8:23
For the moment, but it would explain why Googlee are reserved in allowing mp3 streaming. You can just upload mp3 and play through your browser but I think you are looking for a more service orientated approach? – slotishtype Jun 27 '11 at 8:55

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