Google has announced an update to its Music Manager software, which makes it easier for people to download the music stored in their Google Music locker. “We just rolled out a new version of Music Manager that gives you the option to download all your songs from Google Music, including songs you’ve uploaded yourself and those you’ve purchased in the Google Music store,” explains the company’s Android Google+ page. “Your music will still be accessible from the cloud, so you will continue to have all the benefits of cloud access. Now if your computer crashes, you’ll have a great backup for your music.” Also new: the ability to easily share YouTube videos of songs stored in Google Music accounts with friends on Google+ – “Click the dropdown next to the song title to share the video with your circles, and your friends on Google+ can see what really gets you moving.”

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