Google Play Music can act as a central hub for all your audio files. If you subscribe to Google's service, you'll have access to Play Music's catalog of songs, and can also upload 50, of your own tracks. But you can also download the music from Google Play to your phone! Keep reading to find out how. There are three types of tracks in your Google Play Music Library: tracks you uploaded, tracks you bought, and tracks from a Play Music subscription. We'll look at streaming tracks later. For now, let's focus on tracks you own. Because you own the tracks, you are free to download them from Google Play and use them on your other apps and devices.
Download from iOS and Android
Learn more here. You can download music you've purchased or added to Google Play to your mobile device or computer so you can listen when you don't have an internet connection. If you subscribe to Google Play Music, you can also download subscription tracks to your mobile device. If you're a subscriber, you can also download subscription albums, playlists, and radio stations.
How to download your entire Google Play Music library
Subscriber Account active since. It's a versatile service that lets you upload and stream your own music collection as well as listen to artist-themed radio stations, much like Pandora. And if you pay to subscribe, you can play specific tracks, like Spotify.
Google says nothing will change for Play Music users, but we all know that will eventually change. All of your uploaded music, playlists, and purchased music will be migrated over to YouTube Music. Google offers a free app called Music Manager. This app will allow you to download all of your music uploaded or purchased. Download the app from the Google Play Music page right here.