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I'm looking for a program that I can use for Google Music on my Ubuntu Desktop, that might integrate with Unity, and be controlled by media keys. I'm sure I might be most likely to see a webapp for it soon, but I've been getting frustrated with webapps since I use Chrome (not Chromium).

I found a question/answer similar to this here, but I'm looking for something more out-of-the-box than extending Rhythmbox.

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Nuvola Player

It integrates with Unity, you can use media keys, and it currently supports Google Play, Amazon Cloud Player, Deezer, Pandora Radio, and Rdio.

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