Google Play Music can act as a central hub for all your audio files. If you subscribe to Google's service, you'll have access to Play Music's catalog of songs, and can also upload 50, of your own tracks. But you can also download the music from Google Play to your phone! Keep reading to find out how.
Downloading Your Own Music
Listening to Your Downloaded Songs
Downloading music seems to be going the way of the dodo, with streaming services like Spotify and Deezer taking over the helm. Still, you might be interested in some ways to download some tunes for free to have on you when you're offline. So, here we've listed some of the best apps to help you do that legally. Jamendo Music allows you to listen to and, more importantly, download more than , tracks for absolutely nothing.
Subscriber Account active since. It's a versatile service that lets you upload and stream your own music collection as well as listen to artist-themed radio stations, much like Pandora. And if you pay to subscribe, you can play specific tracks, like Spotify. You can also download music to your phone or computer for offline listening as long as you remain logged into Google Play Music with your Google account. If you log out, those tracks will be removed from the device. Since the Google Play app is so similar on Android and iPhone , you can follow exactly the same procedure to download tracks no matter what kind of phone you have. Tap the album or playlist that you want to download.
Learn more here. You can download music you've purchased or added to Google Play to your mobile device or computer so you can listen when you don't have an Internet connection. If you subscribe to Google Play Music, you can also download subscription tracks to your mobile device. Note : Signing out of your account will remove downloaded music from your device. If you need to remove or stop a download in progress, tap Download. If you're a subscriber, you can also download subscription albums, playlists, and radio stations. Any songs you've downloaded as part of your subscription will be available offline as long as your subscription is active. When you download using Safari, Internet Explorer, or Firefox, you can download a song to your computer two times. When you use Google Play Music for Chrome or Music Manager, you can download to your computer an unlimited amount of times. When you have Downloaded only selected, the switch will be orange and you will see a banner across the top of your screen.