Now Download All Songs From Google Music, Google Added Option

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href=”http://google.com/” rel=”homepage” target=”_blank” title=”Google”>Google just announced Android users will now be able to download all of their songs from a new version of href=”http://music.google.com/” rel=”homepage” target=”_blank” title=”Music Beta by Google”>Google Music Manager, allowing you to create a backup of both purchased music from the Google Music store and content you’ve uploaded yourself.

So now when you purchase a new song on your Android phone or tablet, you can easily get on your computer or laptop and download the entire file right to your PC. That music will still be accessible and remain in the cloud. Available from the wide array of supported devices for access from anywhere. Make sure to upload your entire library to Google Music’s cloud services. Then if you happen to have a computer crash you can easily download the entire library to your new system. Thanks Google!

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