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Join Date: May 2009
Google Play Music now allows you to upload Songs in Browser
It is now more convenient, but reserved Chrome, to Drag and drop and add titles to Google Play Music with bonus mini-player.
Google announces new practices for Google Play Music. A downside however knowing they are reserved for Chrome browser and subject to an application that is still experimental.
It is indeed in the experimental features that the user can activate Google Play Music on Chrome. The advantage is that the Chrome application that will be downloaded later will allow you to add titles - or files - directly in your personal library online via a simple drag and drop.
There is no need to go through the little convenient third party Music Manager program. As before, if there is a match between a title and the catalog of the Google offering, the addition is instantaneous.
Google Play Music on Chrome takes advantage of the new platform for Chrome applications and technology for Native Client. The application is accompanied by a mini-player which appears by clicking the arrow in the lower right corner of your browser window.