Yesterday, in a blog post issued by YouTube, Google sets its strengths to migrate Google Play Music users over to YouTube Music, sooner or later replace the first.
Over the earlier few months, Google updating YouTube Music with new features and augmented the ability to migrate music, tastes, and playlists from Google Play Music.
YouTube Music will completely succeed Play Music by December 2020. Starting in September, South Africa and New Zealand won’t be able to stream music through the Google Play Music app, and the same change will apply to all other global markets in October. Subscriptions will automatically be cancelled as well.
Playlists, libraries, and content won’t be deleted in spite of that yet. This will be everyone’s last change to migrate content and preferences to YouTube Music until December.
In 2021, Google Play Music is leaving. Commencing later this month, users won’t be able to buy more tunes on the old app.
YouTube Music is complementing new features, as well as a new Player page redesign, a new Explore tab, and some new integrations with existing Google services.
Google Maps incorporation with Google Play Music is approaching, in addition to an update to the Android TV app, and Google Assistant will be able to put in a good word for new music for you.