Google Music Lets You Download Your Own Music

The search giant’s cloud music service, Google Music has finally brought a new feature that enables users download their favorite music to their system with just a single click.

It’s been a year or so that Google Music made things easy for users to add their music to the cloud services for easy streaming. However, it wasn’t easy to recover music from your online library whenever users want to download content onto a desktop.

In order to address this problem, Google has introduced a download feature to its Google Music site and the Google Music Manager app.

Downloading music from the cloud to your desktop is smooth and easy. What you need to do is to select your song on the web and hit “Download selected songs.” Hover over to download tab on your Music Manager app and select either “Download purchased music” or “Export your library.” This can be done with any of the purchased music as well as to any tunes that you have uploaded yourself.

However, it is important to differentiate between the two interfaces. These both are slightly different from each other. Music Manager App will allow you to download as many music files as you want, even if you have exceeded the downloading purchased tracks. While you can only download purchased tracks twice to your computer when online.

Google through a blog post broke the news:

You already know that you can upload up to 20,000 songs to Google Music for free and stream them to your +Android device. Now we’re making sure the process is just as smooth for you to retrieve your music from the cloud … Your music will still be accessible from the cloud, so you will continue to have all the benefits of cloud access. Now if your computer crashes, you’ll have a great backup for your music.

Whether allowing users to download music on Google Music will make it the best cloud music service out there on the web, we have to wait and see.


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