Google Adds An Option That Allow You To Download All Songs From Google Music

Posted on Jan 27 2012 - 12:42pm by Editorial Staff

Good news for music lover who desperately never wants that the songs that store or purchased get lost in anyway. Google Music has just gained a new feature that lets you to download your entire library including purchased songs.

The Google Music already allows users to upload upto 20,000 songs for free and stream them to their Android devices.  Now with the add-on in the service you can even retrieve music from the cloud. Google just launched the new version of Music Manager that will give an option to you to download all your songs from Google Music – including the songs you’ve uploaded.

To do it, just click the triangle next to a song or group of songs and choose “Download Selected Songs”. If you want to download your whole library, open up the Music Manager app for Windows, OS X, or Linux, go to the Download tab, and click “Export Your Library”. You can do this as many times as you want, without thinking even for a second about the limit for downloading purchased reached or not. The service is currently meant only for Android U.S. users.

To download your music, simply click here.

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