Sometime back Google released Google Play Music Manager for desktop computers that enables its users to upload their music collections to cloud and download their library to their hard drive easily. After the music files are uploaded to cloud, they can be listened from any Android Phone, desktop computers, tablets etc.
Google made its Google Play Music Manager available for Windows and Mac systems and now Linux version is also developing. Its beta version is launched which not a very good tool.
Google Play Music Manage lets allows you to upload music from your iTunes and Windows library including your music folder to Google Play. You can download any or all of the songs you uploaded to your account onto some other computer. Other than this select to auto or manual upload songs to your Google Play account from your libraries and folders. And yes you can listen to your music from any of your device.
Installing Google Play Music Manager BETA on Linux?
First thing you need to do is open your Terminal then run the following given commands for downloading its deb package.
Now run the following commands for installing the downloaded file:
sudo dpkg -i google-musicmanager*.deb; sudo apt-get -f install
That’s all with the installation. Now visit Unity Dash, search for Music Manager and launch it:
Follow on screen instruction, type your Google account credential then sign in.