If you uploaded music to Play Music, but ran through the 20,000 song limit pretty quickly, we’ve got great news. Today, Google has upped the ante on Play Music’s song upload limit. Now, you can upload up to 50,000 tracks to Play Music, so music buffs (and former iTunes users) can now upload a much larger library.
Best of all, this storage option costs you nothing — it’s 100% free, and doesn’t count against Drive or other Google-y cloud storage, like Gmail.
Perhaps even more interesting is that Google isn’t even making you sign up for Play Music All Access to take advantage, here. The 50,000 track uptick is for all users, whether or not they’re subscribing to All Access. Once you upload your tracks, you can stream them from your cloud library to any and all devices you have.
For $9.99/month, Play Music is pretty great. Alongside a 50,000 track library of music you already own, it’s that much better.
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SOURCE: Slash Gear, Nate Swanner