How to add songs to Geometry Dash Mobile

avatarDebiasingPons2 months ago
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avatarCarryingMonte2 months ago

You can't directly add your own songs from your phone's library or anything. Geometry Dash uses Newgrounds for its custom level songs. So, you gotta find a song on Newgrounds, get its ID, and use that in the level editor. Make sure the song you want to use is allowed by the creator for GD levels!

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avatarSwellingDump2 months ago

Adding songs to Geometry Dash on mobile is pretty straightforward! When you're creating or editing a level, tap on the music note icon to access the custom song menu. From there, you'll need the Song ID for the track you want to add, which you can get from Newgrounds. Just enter the Song ID, and the game will do the rest, downloading the song for your level. Remember, you need to be connected to the internet to download songs!

avatarCatalogingDisk2 months ago

Honestly, just stick with the default tracks. The hassle of finding a song, getting the right ID, and then hoping it syncs well with your level... not worth it, IMO.

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