Google Play Music is arguably the best music player on Android. and contains many features that live up to that reputation. Whether you listen to custom radio stations for free or pay for all-access music, there is a lot to love about this service.

However, there is another feature that you may be completely neglecting. Using Google Play Music Manager for Windows and Mac, you can upload up to 50,000 of your own music tracks to access from any other device.

The app is very easy to use: just install it, open it and sign in with your Google account. Then navigate to the folder where your music is stored — you can specify multiple locations if you have music from multiple sources (such as iTunes and Windows Media Player).

Then just wait for the music to be downloaded and you can access it from any Android/iOS device using the Play Music app or browser when you log into your account.

There are several benefits to doing this: you don’t have to use a cable to manually copy music to your phone from a PC, and since you’re streaming music to your phone, it won’t take up any storage space — although you can save it for offline listening.

In addition, the app automatically downloads new music placed in the folders you ask it to control.

Music Manager lets you have your own little music cloud and is a great addition to full access plans like Spotify or Play Music Unlimited if you already have a lot of music.

Note that if you’re using a Chromebook (or just Chrome), you can download it using the Google Play Music for Chrome extension; we have covered how to upload using this method. if you are interested.

Not interested in Play Music? Find out how Spotify wants to replace your music collection.

Have you downloaded music using Google Play Manager? What service do you use to listen to music? Write to us in the comments!

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