5 Google Play Music tricks and tips (Part 1)

Despite Google Play Music being less popular than Spotify or iTunes, it’s still a great platform for listening to your favourite songs via your smartphone. That’s why we offer you this simple instruction with tricks and tips that you probably haven’t yet heard of.

1.Importing from iTunes (and other platforms)

The main benefit of this player is its ability to be used on any device, whether it’s an Android or an iOS smartphone. Any of these devices may also contain tracks that you’d like to import into Google Play Music. For doing this, you should simply drag and drop the favourite song. The same thing relates to the Chrome browser, which allows opening a special window with all the playable music listed.

You shouldn’t care of capability of this player – it may store up to 50 thousand tracks!

2.Importing the whole playlists

OK, we’ve seen the opportunity to import songs. But Google Play Music goes beyond that! It allows importing the whole playlists! Even those, listed in your iTunes.

All you need is downloading a Music Manager – a software for operating your music tracks, developed by Google.

Open the Google Music Manager and select ‘Choose by playlist’ (located on the ‘Upload’ tab).

3.Watch your device limit

As it was said before, Google Play Music application allows playing your favourite tracks at several devices simultaneously (up to 10). But the trick is that you can’t deactivate more than 4 of them in a year.

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