Google Music Manager is now available for Linux

Linux junkies, you can now upload your music to the cloud without resorting to all types of complicated maneuvers. The Google Music Manager is now available for Linux. The pre-packaged binaries can be download in either .rpm or .deb formats, which are ready to be installed on many Linux systems. These packages can be compared to .exe files on Windows and .dmg files on MAC OS. To get Google Music Manager on your Linux PC, simply head over to music.google.com. Once you’re there, click the “add music” link and download the client.

Source: Google Music Help via AC

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