Google has been creating a change from Google Play Music to YouTube Music. While the transition would take some time to complete entirely, the search giant has made it easier for Google Play Music users to transfer their content and start using the YouTube Music service. A dedicated choice was provided over the YouTube Music program allowing users to move content such as uploads, purchases, additional music, and albums, and playlists. A webpage has also been produced for shifting podcasts out of Google Play Music to Google Podcasts that is Google’s very own podcast app.
With the newest upgrade that is initially rolling out to select users, the YouTube Music program for Android and iOS can supply you with the option to transfer your content from Google Play Music. This will let you transfer your uploads, purchases, added songs and albums, private and dispersed playlists, likes and dislikes, and curated stations. The program will begin showing your updated recommendations as soon as you’re done with the move. Also, Google will notify you through email and notifications once the music library move is complete. You will be able to understand your content in the Library tab of this YouTube Music program.
YouTube Music users have the option to easily transfer content from Google Play Music
In case if you’re a podcast listener on Google Play Music, then you have been provided with a webpage that makes it possible to move your subscriptions and installment progress to Google Podcasts.
Automatic change to an equal tier
Besides the updates to ease transfers, Google has announced that Google Play Music Unlimited readers will be automatically granted an equal tier of their YouTube Music Premium or YouTube Premium — depending upon their current subscription. The business is, of course, advocating new users to begin their journey together with the YouTube support over Google Play Music.
Interestingly, Google Play Music and YouTube Music have the same pricing to the ad-free experience that’s Rs. 99 a month. Users can also pick YouTube Premium which includes add-free video and music subscription at Rs. 129 per month. In addition, you can proceed with the ad-supported variant of YouTube Music for free.
Recent Adjustments to convince Google Play Music users
Google last week attracted a Research tab into the YouTube Music app for both Android and iOS users that brings”New releases” and”genres” choices. The app also added support for displaying lyrics to customers. In March this past year, YouTube Music also added the choice to play locally stored sound files. Google also recently enabled aid for incorporating up to 1,00,000 personal tracks to some YouTube Music library (a rise from over 50,000 monitors allowed on Google Play Music). These changes are a part of the continuing transition that’s aimed to convince the existing Google Play Music users to use YouTube Music.