Downloading Google Play Music to your Android

Everyone agrees, that listening to the music offline is much more convenient, than being in online mode. It allows you to get somewhere far from WiFi or 4G network and enjoy your tracks with no problems. However, such services as Google Play don’t offer any direct method to get your music onto your device. As a result, most users don’t know, how to load all of their songs with minimum efforts. This article will provide you with such kind of information.

So, if you don’t want to download each song separately, you can load all of your collection in, literally, one click. For this you should choose all your collection. It can be done simply: just visit ‘Songs’ tab and select the first and the last items, while pressing ‘Shift’. It allows you to get all of your music selected. The next step is adding this all to a new playlist, which can be done with pressing the three dots in the upper corner.

Finally, the last step for saving your songs on a device is pressing the headphones icon in the left corner. It will drop down the menu with ‘On device’ shortcut. That’s what we were looking for!

This button makes your playlist saved on the device immediately. However, you should remember, that each song is loaded via the Internet. So that if you use limited amount of wireless traffic, you’d better stop downloading your content and connect to the WiFi first.


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