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Google Play Wants to Store Your 50,000 Songs
Here's some good news for those of you with ginormous amounts of music in your digital library. Google Play announced today that users will now be able to store up to 50,000 songs on the free service, up from 20,000. Once in the system, you can stream or download your audio files to any of your devices, including iOS and Android phones and tablets.
If you think 50,000 songs is a lot, that's because it is. The now-retired -- and suddenly desirable again -- iPod Classic topped out at 40,000 songs with its 160 GB model. Apple's iTunes Match subscription service lets you store up to 25,000 songs in iCloud for $24.99/year.
Details on how to claim your Google Play storage can be found here.