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Google Music now available with upload via browser and a new mini player
Google Music offers the opportunity not only to buy music or using an all-inclusive subscription in Spotify to rent style, users can also upload their own songs 20,000 in the Google’sche cloud and so consume on all supported devices. 20,000 songs are a lot because you get a lot weggesichert.
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Until now, you had to always synchronize folders via software, and so bring tracks to Google Music, the future of the fun will also be possible via a web browser, which I think is really good, because in my experience with the Google Music Manager were – to put it mildly – modest, so I had no great nerve it to push my collection to Google Music.
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By the end of 2013, we received from our readers Florian pointing out that Google plans to roll-out a function which makes uploading via browser possible. To activate the function, you have a Lab feature within Google Music to enable. After you have enabled for Chrome and install the Google Chrome extension Play Music, you can select via a browser folder, which are then loaded into your account. The progress can be seen in the browser – the bottom left you can see that:
Screenshot 2014-03-26 at 19:22:01 By the way, the browser automatically detects if you have changed the contents of the folder and automatically adds the new tracks. Also great: as a bonus you get with activation of the Lab features even a mini player, which you can see in the first screenshot. This you can in the normal play-list at the bottom right of the arrow to open with one click.
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