From your One Drive Music folder, there are two ways to initiate a download.
You can download an entire folder by clicking Folder Actions from the menu at the top and then choosing “Download folder.” Or you can select certain files by mousing over their album art and checking the box in the upper-right corner when in Thumbnails view.
Cloud-based music services lets you listen to music from a multitude of devices — from a tablet in your kitchen to your phone on the subway — instead of only when seated in front of your computer where your local music library may reside.
The problem arises when you have your music collection spread across multiple cloud services and lose track of which songs you have on which service.
Of course, you may have previous purchases on Amazon Music that weren’t automatically downloaded and exported to i Tunes.
For those, you can drag tracks and albums from the Your Library tab to the box labeled “Download to your computer” in the lower-right corner of the app.
Without the auto-export setting enabled, you will need to open i Tunes and go to File Add to Library to import the tracks.
There is no such automatic pipeline to i Tunes from Google Play Music as there is with Amazon Music, but it’s still a relatively quick and painless process.
After adding music from to your i Tunes library, the first order of business is to find and eradicate duplicates.
Before you begin deleting the duplicates from the list, see if the same song may be from different albums.
You wouldn’t want to delete a blistering song off of a live album, for example, and keep only the studio version.
Mouse over an album or a song and click the button with three vertical dots, which is typically next to the song title.
One of the options will be Download or Download Album.For starters, you don’t need a separate app to download music from Google Play Music but you will need to use Chrome and the Google Play Music Chrome extension.