Google has finally added a feature that Google Music users have been clamoring for since the service launched last year. Google Music users can now download music from from their library. The download option applies both to music that users have uploaded themselves and to music they have purchased from the Google Music store. While uploaded music may be downloaded as often as the user wants, purchased songs may only be downloaded twice.
The download option can accessed from the web interface or Google’s Music Manager software. Downloading from the web interface is as easy as clicking on the small triangle next to an album’s artwork or a song’s title. You can download entire albums, individual songs, or multiple songs. Users who have used the Music Manager software to upload music to their library should now have a “Download” tab that shows options for downloading music from their library. Google’s support page has more info here.
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