How to Download Your Music from Google Play and Store in Wherever Folder You Wish

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  • 21 Jan 2014
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  • To estimate the number of Google Play Music adopters is rather a difficult task. What we do know is that the service offers the means to store 20.000 songs for free at the highest quality, with the possibility of paid expansion. As for the stored music, you can have it anywhere there is an internet connection, including in case of Android through the dedicated app.

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    Play Music for Android offers the means to stream your albums at 320kbs but also store certain selections for offline playback. However you cannot choose where you’d like your music stored and in fact, for the less familiarized with the system, you don’t even get access to the songs. And that is where the excellent app called Play Music Exporter comes in. Created by developer David Schulte it represents the perfect means to download and store your music where and however you wish.

    By accessing Google Play Music for Android and hitting the pin button for offline playback you are activating Music Explorer’s main attributes. It detects the stored music and offers you the ability to choose the folder, format, naming and other such characteristics, as if you copied the music straight on the SD Card. Once the job is done you van then access Play Music once more an unpin the album so that it does not take any extra space. Coming to the interface, working with Music Explorer has never been so easy. You choose the album from the list, select the folder and format and let it do its job.

    One more reason to use this great app – Play Music Explorer is offered for free on the Store and with no strings attached.

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