It was in the air for some time only the official timing was unknown, now the company has finally clarified the future of Google Play Music. After providing the tool to move the music content saved in the cloud, from Play Music to Youtube Music, and having improved the latter platform, the final closure of the old streaming player will take place at the end of 2020.
Although the execution date is decided, the plug will be disconnected in several moments, for example at the end of August it will no longer be possible to upload music via Music Manager (here the download of the Windows version of the application), in October the streaming service will be interrupted globally, in December the music collections will be definitively eliminated thus sanctioning the end of the service.
For those who have not yet done so, saving your music collection and transferring it to Youtube Music is a rather simple operation, in fact you just need to use the transfer tool that Google made available a few months ago and which is now fully operational.
Google Play has been around since 2011, but already in 2018 the move to Youtube Music was announced through the merger of the two services, a choice that the company deemed necessary to try to compete with fierce competitors such as Spotify and Apple Music.
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