It has been two years since Google put Google Play Music on death row, and today Google finally announced the major step that will let it kill Google Music: YouTube Music library imports. People who were using Google Play Music as an online music locker can now import their uploaded music collections to YouTube Music, letting them leave Google Music behind forever. Leaving Google Music behind is going to be a non-optional situation, too: today's blog post includes the news that Google Play Music will be shut down "later this year," and Google says it will provide "plenty of notice" before the axe falls. RIP Google Music.
Learn more here. Use Google Play Music to listen to your favorite songs and store your music collection. You can also create playlists, listen to radio, and more. Transfer files to a specific device : To transfer files to a specific device, follow the instructions for transferring music from a computer to a device. Without a subscription to Google Play Music in the U. You can skip songs up to 6 times per hour. Learn more about free radio.
Learn more here. The first time you open the Google Play Music app on a mobile device or computer, you can choose which account you want to use. After signing in to an account, music you've stored on your device, along with any music you've uploaded or purchased on Google Play using your account are added to your library. Note : If you don't sign in to a Google Account, you'll only be able to listen to music you've copied to your device from a computer. To sign into a different account on Google Play Music using Android TV, you'll need to remove your account from the device and add a new one. After doing this, you'll need to go through the set-up process again. Google Help. Help Center Google Play Music.
Google Play Music is a music and podcast streaming service and online music locker operated by Google , part of its Google Play line of services. The service was announced on May 10, ; after a six-month, invitation-only beta period, it was publicly launched on November 16, Users with standard accounts can upload and listen to up to 50, songs from their personal libraries at no cost. Users in several territories also have access to YouTube Premium. Users can purchase additional tracks for their library through the music store section of Google Play. In addition to offering music streaming for Internet-connected devices, the Google Play Music mobile apps allow music to be stored and listened to offline.