Google Play Music Stops Working: What To Do With Your Playlists

Google announces that the company is finally saying goodbye to the music service Google Play Music.

The service will finally stop working from October to the end of December this year. Before this happens, notifications will be sent to all users.

After 30 days, it will no longer be possible to download and upload music in the Download Manager. At the same time, the music store on Google Play will stop working. Music purchases will no longer be available there, and all pre-orders will be canceled.

What to do?

Users are encouraged to switch to YouTube Music, which was officially launched in March 2018. It was developed by the same team as Google Play Music.

Google Play Music transfer

Downloaded and purchased music, as well as the list of tracks, playlists, and radio stations in the library can be downloaded or transferred to YouTube Music. To do this, in the last application, select “Transfer” or open the transfer page in a browser.

YouTube Music can be used for free or you can subscribe to disable ads, listen to music in the background, and offline.

Author: John Kessler
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