Google has launched a new feature that makes it far easier for Chrome users to import music into its Google Play Music service. Using the Google-made Web browser, subscribers now have the option of dragging and dropping tracks from Apple’s iTunes into Google Music, thereby bypassing Google’s sluggish “Music Manager” application altogether.
The company announced the new feature in a post added to its Google Play Google+ Web page:
To add new music, enable the “Google Play Music for Chrome” lab at play.google.com/music/listen#/labs. Then simply drag and drop songs into your Google Play Music library.
Users can also mass-import a larger number of tracks or even automate the process using the “Add Music” button in the top-right of the screen. As such, it’s never been easier for Mac users to get their favorite tracks into Google’s free cloud locker for music.
As a reminder, Google Play Music lets users upload up to 20,000 of their own tracks to the service and access them on a desktop computer, or from an iOS device using the free Google Play Music app.
For a monthly fee of $9.99 users can also enjoy Google Play Music All Access, a music streaming service similar to Spotify, Rdio, and the like. This service offers users unlimited streaming of millions of songs, personalized radio stations, and smart recommendations based on users’ individual tastes.
Mac owners can start importing content into Google Play Music using the advanced system by visiting the service in Google’s Chrome Web browser. As mentioned, it’s free to upload up to 20,000 tracks to the service.
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