Google Play Music is bidding adieu

Google Play Music

Google has already decided to take down Google Play Music. We all have seen this “Google Play Music” app in almost every Android device. Sometimes this Google Play Music app comes as a pre-installed app. We may not have used Google Play Music always. But, it has provided us a big relief since early 2012. We have always looked up to Google Play Music when other music streaming apps have betrayed.

Google Play Music was announced on May 10, 2011, and it was publicly launched on November 16, 2011. Technibas just wants to keep you updated on upcoming changes to Google Play Music. Between October and the end of this year, Google will remove access to Google Play Music permanently. They will discontinue uploading and downloading music with the Music Manager starting in 30 days. But don’t worry – you can always upload your personal music collection to YouTube Music or download your existing tracks via Google Takeout. It won’t be possible to purchase music on Google Play Music anymore. Google will automatically cancel all the pre-orders.

So, Google is going to replace Google Play Music with YouTube Music (YT Music). You can listen to millions of songs on YouTube Music. You can also enjoy the video in a suppressed quality. YT music streams the video alongside the music based on genres, playlists, and recommendations. Get ready to say GoodBye to Google Play Music and welcome YouTube Music. 

Google has launched YouTube Music on 12 November 2015. It is currently available in almost 100 countries. Moreover, you can play YouTube Music on various platforms like Android, iOS, Amazon Alexa, Google Nest, Sonos, Android TV, Android Auto, etc. Additionally, Google Assistant works with YouTube Music for voice search.

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