In a blog post, Google announced that it has rolled out a new version of Music Manager that lets users download all of the songs you’ve added to Google Music, whether you uploaded them from your own library or bought them in the Google Music Store. “Now if your computer crashes, you’ll have a great backup for your music”, Google explained.
Google has not however added an easy way to download individual tracks. On the Music Manager app, hover over the download tab and choose either “Download purchased music” or “Export your library.” This applies to any purchased music, or any tunes you’ve uploaded yourself.
Google offered the full specifications about how to download your music on its support page. Users are free to store and stream as many as 20,000 songs in the Google cloud for free, and buy tracks they don’t have from the Google Music Store.