- First, share your mp3 file on Google Drive, it can be either "Anyone with the link" or "Public on the web".
- Copy the link that is shown below. See the example:
- Go to the website https://sites.google.com/site/gdocs2direct/. Paste the link in the first box and click on "Create Direct Link".
- Copy the Output Link and paste it as text in Windows Notepad or any program where you can paste the link as text.
- In the url, change the word "download" into "false".
- You have now a direct link to your mp3 url which can be played directly on your web browser. Good luck!
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Sunday, 26 March 2017
Sadly, Dropbox.com disabled the direct link feature. Now so many of us aren't able to directly stream mp3 files on our websites. Mp3 streaming on my website, was the main reason I created an account on Dropbox. Fortunately I figured a way to create direct links to MP3 files from your Google Drive without downloading them!