Quick Answer: Is Google Music Being Replaced?

The company has announced that the subscription music service will be preinstalled on all devices that run Android 10 out of the box — and it’ll take the place of Google Play Music.

Until now, YouTube Music has required a separate download from Google Play, but not anymore.

Is Google Music going away?

No, Google Play Music is not shutting down in the immediate future. Google shut down the Artist Hub on April 30, but Google Play Music itself has no sundown date at this time.

Is Google Play music being discontinued?

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Google has confirmed that its revamped YouTube Music streaming service will eventually support key features of its Google Play Music app, including the ability for users to upload music files that may not exist in the service’s streaming catalog.

What will happen to Google Play Music?

Google Play Music subscribers will get YouTube Music as part of their existing subscription. Your Play Music uploads, purchases and playlists won’t be affected, the company adds.

Do you get Google Music with YouTube premium?

Currently, you can subscribe to YouTube Premium, which will give you ad-free videos on YouTube and offline video downloads, as well as access to YouTube Music Premium and Google Play Music features.

Is Google Music Going Away 2019?

The service will no longer work as of April 30, 2019. The shut down of this service is likely just the beginning. Although Google hasn’t said as much, it’s highly likely that it is going to shut down Google Play Music eventually and instead put all its focus on YouTube Music, the company’s more recent music service.

What’s the difference between Google Music and YouTube music?

If you purchased a subscription to Google Play Music, you also got access to YouTube Red (or vice versa), an ad-free version of YouTube with access to premium content. So to break it down: YouTube Music lets you stream music with ads. YouTube Music Premium lets you stream music without ads, and has a few extra perks.

Is Google Play Music shutting down?

Google is shutting down its Artist Hub as it transitions to YouTube Music. Google is shutting down the Google Play Artist Hub at the end of the month, reports 9to5Google. The hub is no longer accepting new signups, and will not let existing members upload or edit their music as of April 30th.

Is Google Killing Google Play Music?

Google will reportedly kill Play Music when it launches YouTube Remix. Google has been working on a new streaming service, called YouTube Remix, for some time now, but the launch of that service may signal the end of one of Google’s other streaming services — Google Play Music.

How much does a Google music subscription cost?

A single account costs $9.99 while a family account can contain up to six members and costs $14.99. You can use Google Play Music for free, but you’ll be limited to using radio stations (with ads) and listening to music that you have personally uploaded to the service (no ads).

Can you keep the music from Google Play?

Google Play Music can act as a central hub for all your audio files. If you subscribe to Google’s service, you’ll have access to Play Music’s catalog of songs, and can also upload 50,000 of your own tracks. But you can also download the music from Google Play to your phone! Keep reading to find out how.

Is Google Play music going away?

Google Play Music, the company’s existing premium music app, isn’t going away in the meantime. Google has said that it will give users plenty of notice when it does decide to make big changes. A migration to YouTube Music should be seen as inevitable for everyone using Google Play Music right now.

Is Google Play music good?

Google Play Music is definitely the best place for listening to your own music while away from your computer. The ability to upload 50,000 songs means most people can store their entire collection online, creating both an easy way to stream your music but also a good backup solution.