Whether you stream, download, rip or only listen to podcasts, there’s a good chance you have anywhere from a handful to tens of thousands of MP3s and other songs cluttering a hard drive somewhere.
If you’re looking for a good way to back them up without spending a dime, Google Music just got a big boost to its free storage limit. It’s allowing anyone to upload up to 50, 000 songs for free, then stream or download them again later.
The original limit was 20,000; either that was too little or not enough people signed up, and consequently Google has a bit of extra space on its servers.
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