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Store and access 50,000 songs you own over the cloud for free

Store and access 50,000 songs you own over the cloud for free
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Thanks to all of the music-streaming services out there today, we have plenty of options when we want to stream music on our smartphones, tablets and computers. Thanks to Amazon Prime, YouTube MusicKey and other services, you can access enormous song libraries from just about anywhere.

But, what do you do if you want to stream your own enormous music library? Sure, you could store some of them on your smartphone or tablet, but eventually you'd run out of space. Don't worry, Google has a better option for you.

Google Play Music has already allowed users to store up to 20,000 songs in the cloud for free, so they can listen to them anywhere. Now, it more than doubled that figure to let you store up to 50,000 songs.

It's a significant increase, and one that might appeal if you have a mammoth music library full of EPs, remixes and B-sides that aren't available from the major streaming services.

Next page: Learn how to store your songs on Google Play Music.
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