Friday, January 20, 2012

Listen your favorite songs with Android Smartphone through Google Music

You want to be able to access your music collection anywhere anytime from your Android Smartphone without storing those files on your memory card? No problem. Google has a solution for you.

Google Music is a cloud-powered music player and storage service that lets you keep your music collection online so you can save space on your Android device.

* You can add up to 20,000 songs from your personal music collection on your computer for free to your online storage location.
* You can access your entire music library instantly with the Google Music app, and save your favorites for offline playback.
* All your music purchases from Android Market automatically will appear on Google Music, while not affecting your 20,000 songs limit.
* You can share a free full play of the songs you purchased from Android Market with your friends on Google+.
* Note that the option is available in the U.S. only.

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To upload your music collection from your computer, you need to download and install the free desktop application Music Manager, allowing you to add your music to the cloud. Once you’ve added songs to Google Music, you can listen to your music anywhere that you have internet access.

From the Music Manager, you can:
  • Add music from your iTunes library, Windows Media Player library, My Music folder, or folders of your choosing to Google Music.
  • Choose to add songs automatically or completely manually
  • Adjust the bandwidth available for adding songs.
  • View the progress of songs you’re adding.

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Developers’ website:

Music Manager can be downloaded from the same page. And, on your Android Smartphone, find Google Music App, and install it. You will be able to listen your clips immediately, even when the full library is not uploaded yet.

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