Google Play Music Now Lets You Recover Deleted Music For Up To 28 Days


Google Play Music received a “how-the-hell-did-they-not-think-of-this-before” update giving users the ability to recover cloud-deleted music for up to 28 days. Recovering deleted music is as simple as selecting the “gear” icon in the upper right hand corner while in the web Google Music player and selecting “Music Trash” from the options. From there, you can permanently delete or undelete music in your trash can.

Keep in mind that once permanently deleted, music purchased from the Google Play Store will have to paid for all over again, should you later reconsider. Just avoid unless completely necessary. For example, if a drunken night out yielded an impromptu download of Kesha (above) — perm delete with extreme prejudice. In fact, might want to purge your entire music collection just to be safe, lest you catch a disease.

[Google Play Music Trash | Google Play Support]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Great, now figure out gapless playback please.

    And BTW…Ke$sha? Really? She looks like someone pulled a troll out from under a bridge and threw sawdust all over it.

    1. and glitter…. lots and lots of glitter.

  2. Haaahaa! Yeah, that Kesha dude is scary! 0.0

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