Google Play Music Uploading Comes To ARM-Based Chromebooks

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Apple’s iTunes Match is a service that allows you to upload up to 25,000 songs from your music collection to iCloud, then access the tracks on your iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, PC or Apple TV.

Google compete with this offering their own cloud based music storage, where users can upload up to 20,000 tracks and listen through the Chrome browser or Android devices. Uploading can be done through Mac, PCs or Intel based Chromebooks. This was a problem for those looking to upload from an ARM-powered Chromebooks, but Google recently added support for this feature.

“Make sure you’ve installed the App from the Chrome Web Store first, then go to https://play.google.com/music, click on the “Add Music” orange button and upload your best-loved music directly from your ARM Chromebook.”

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