I bet you did not know. The Google play music team has announced that they would be shutting down in December. You heard it here first!.
But not to worry, Google play music has made everything quite easy for users. You can now move your music library, your playlists, profile and favourite songs to Youtube’s music streaming service. Genius right?
Over the next few months, it is very possible that Google play music users might not get access to streaming in the google play music app.
Youtube has however devised a means to help Google play music by launching the Youtube music tool. This app will help you transfer your whole library, your profile from Google play music to Youtube music with just one tap.
Of curse, with every rebranding and revamping comes an update and an upgrade. The youtube music is not in any way different, as it would with new features that were not present in Google play music even.
However, Youtube music is not strange to Youtube content creators, as it is one of the applications recommended for download once you become a Youtube creator.
At the moment, users are still privileged to have access to both Google plY music and the Youtube music, in order to get familiar with the Youtube music interface, but this will not last for too long a time, because from August ending, users will be unable to purchase, preorder, upload nor download music from Google play music through music manager, And from September, South African users and users in New Zealand would not be able to stream from Google play, nor will they be able to use Google Play.
Remember that Youtube, Youtube Music, Google play music all belong to the same family, which is Google, So, replacing Google play music with Youtube music should be a genius move. So that you wouldn’t be caught unawares, you can now move all your African jams, library, playlists to Youtube music. See you on the other side!.
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