New Delhi: Google that started shutting down its legacy streaming service Play in October is now formally lifeless for all customers. Visiting music.google.com or the Android and iOS app will direct a consumer to a “Google Play Music is no longer available” web page.
The principle possibility is to “transfer your account and library, including playlists and uploads” to YouTube Music.
“October and the end of this year, access to Google Play Music will be removed permanently,” the corporate had stated earlier.
“We know that you’ve spent time building your Google Play Music library, so we’ve made it easy to transfer your music library to YouTube Music with just one click, including playlists, uploads and recommendations”.
YouTube Music at the moment provides over 50 million official tracks, albums and high-quality audio, in addition to deep cuts, B-sides, stay performances and remixes.
Customers will be capable of take heed to their uploaded and bought music from Google Play Music after the switch or add as much as 100,000 private tracks to their library in YouTube Music, a rise of greater than 50,000 in comparison with Google Play Music.
Paying members can obtain any track, playlist, music video, or let good downloads (Android just for now) do it for you so that you all the time have one thing to take heed to, even whenever you don’t have service.
The pricing will stay the identical for YouTube Music.
Followers can stream the ad-supported model of YouTube Music totally free, or take pleasure in YouTube Music Premium, a paid membership that offers listeners background listening, downloads and an ad-free expertise for Rs 99 a month.
(With IANS Inputs)