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There doesn't appear to be an option to save a station from the view of the playing song or the view of the playing queue. However, if you go to My Library, and then slide over to the Stations tab, you will find a list of Recent stations. If you select Add to My Library from the ... menu of the station, it will appear in a separate group below Recent ...


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As with transfers between almost any two competing applications, transferring music from Amazon Music to Google Play Music is not as simple as clicking a couple buttons. You are unfortunately going to need to download from Amazon and then upload to Google. However, you do not have to use Music Manager to upload music to Google Play. While, in my own ...


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Currently (November 2015), the web player does not support gapless playback, as frustrating as it may be. However, Google has been gradually adding such a feature to different players, so it may only be a matter of time. (It also may help that many people have been asking for gapless playback on the web.) Just two months ago, gapless playback was added to ...


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I logged a ticket for this with Google and they said "working as designed". Changing tag info wont work; you need to change fingerprint of file. Use Audiocity to open and save or add a silent millisecond to change the track fingerprint. It will upload after. Google is trying to be too clever here.


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Yes. If it's not already visible, open the menu by clicking the hamburger menu. Scroll to the bottom of the menu. Click "Upload music". You'll get a dialog box. You can either drag-and-drop music files onto that box (assuming a modern enough browser1) or you can click "Select from your computer" to get a more traditional file select dialog. 1 I ...


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Here we are almost 5 years later and the answer is now... still no. I just tried this out by downloading a song that I had uploaded and added a comment to. I was able to download it but the downloaded MP3 had no comment. Aside: It's disturbing that Google limits you to 2 downloads per song. It is, after all, your own music. The limit doesn't apply to ...



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