Google Play Music Now Offers Storage for Up to 50,000 Songs

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  • 25 Feb 2015
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  • It’s been 4 years since Google launched its online music service and today Google Play Music is evolving. Initially you could upload 20,000 songs to the cloud and stream them to the browser, handset or tablet. Today, that number goes up to 50,000 songs.


    The service is free for users in supported countries, with the list being quite long. The paid part for Play Music is the All Access streaming music service, based on subscription, with a few bucks spent every month. That gives you access to millions of tunes per month. One can upload music via the Google Music Manager app or using a Chrome Web app.

    Once the music is online, you can access it via the Play Music app on the mobile device, or on the PC via to start streaming the tracks. Instant mixes are also available to play more songs from the library, that are similar to the ones selected. By the way, as a side note, Google claims each song you upload has a size limit of 300 MB. This means you get about 15 TB of free storage.

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