Users of Google Play Music can now store as much as 50,000 songs in the cloud. Previously, the songs storage limit was only 20,000.

Google announced in a blog post, “Google Play Music subscribers will have sufficient capacity to store 50,000 songs in their music locker on cloud, which will be over and above to streaming access to 30 million tracks.”

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Songs or Music files stored in the Google Play Music can be played on Desktops (through Google's Music Manager app),  iPhones or iPads (via newly designed Google Play Music app in a Chrome extension) and  Android smartphones or tablets.

Google Play Music service is free for all and does not require a subscription.

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Users can access Google's free music service by going to the Google Play Music website, skipping the subscription and then clicking directly to the music interface. They can upload as many as 50,000 songs directly from an iTunes library or from any folder.