Trying to save your music in case your computer decides to crash and burn? Have you been storing it in the Cloud? As Google has expanded into music now, they have introduced a new, and huge, feature to the service this week with the ability to store your entire MP3 library.
Yes, your entire MP3 library, not just your purchased songs through Google Music either, any MP3 from your music library. This could very well be the new trend for many online music storage fans seeking a safe way to backup their music collection.
With the announcement of the new policy from Google, you will be able to use the Google Music Manager software and download songs individually – or download the entire music library from the web portal – syncing everything you have purchased or stored in case you need to restore at some point.
This little tweak in policy from Google, which is free I might add, will give you the ability to store up to 20,000 tracks, which is a huge amount for the typical user. With the desktop software, you don’t have to worry about remembering to backup either with the automated sync process. Neato.
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