Google Allows Users To Download From Cloud
January 30, 2012 at 5:18 AM (PT)
Late last week, GOOGLE announced that ANDROID users in the U.S. will be allowed to download all of their cloud-based tracks from GOOGLE MUSIC. PC MAGAZINE reports GOOGLE "said in a post on the ANDROID GOOGLE+ page that it has rolled out a new version of Music Manager that lets you download all of the songs you've added to GOOGLE MUSIC, whether you uploaded them from your own library or bought them in the GOOGLE MUSIC Store."
On its website, GOOGLE offers these instructions:
"Download your music. GOOGLE MUSIC offers the ability to download any of the songs that you previously uploaded to your Music library, as well as any song you purchased from the GOOGLE MUSIC store."
See the full instructions here.