MP3 Music on Google Drive
While Google Play’s music service allows for 20,000 songs to be uploaded, their Google Drive service can potentially allow for much more. 1TB = 1048576MB / 6MB per song = 174,762 songs.
I use the 1TB amount as an example because anyone that purchases a Google Chromebook Pixel is going to have that amount of storage space for 3 years. Likewise, even lower-end Chromebooks get 100GB in Google Drive Space = 102,400MB / 3MB = 34,133 songs if you are willing to go with a bit lower quality version of your music.
Along those lines, here are some links detailing ways you can get more use and functionality out of your Google Drive. 🙂
Music Drive – Android App on Google Playhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=dev.whylee.musicdrive&hl=enReally like this. Super handy. Clean, beautiful UI. Maybe add play control buttons to notification bar…? How to play mp3 files directly on Google Drivehttp://www.ghacks.net/2013/05/28/how-to-play-mp3-files-directly-on-google-drive/You can upload music files to Google Music to play them online, but that is not the only option that you have. You can also host music on Google Drive and while it was previously possible to play… Free Google Drive tools you’re not using (but should be)http://www.pcworld.com/article/2040322/free-google-drive-tools-youre-not-using-but-should-be-.htmlGoogle Drive can do more than store stuff. Check out these tools for automatic backup, easy file sharing, collaboration, encryption, music, and more. 15 Tips & Tricks To Get More Out Of Google Drivehttp://www.hongkiat.com/blog/google-drive-tips-tricks/There are many cloud storage services out there, one of which is Google Drive. We’ve pitted it against Dropbox and SkyDrive, another two crowd favorites and each cloud storage service have…