Sync your library automatically
December is the last month you'll be able to access Google Play Music. But don't worry, Google now has an easy way to move your music library, playlists and preferences over to YouTube's music-streaming service. This won't come as a surprise -- YouTube announced the change back in August, and over the last few months, Google Play Music users lost the ability to purchase, preorder, upload or download music on the platform, or stream music from the app. But don't worry -- you still have time to transfer your library to YouTube Music before Google Play Music shuts down completely. And YouTube Music has a tool that will help you move your entire library, profile and playlists from Google's streaming service into YouTube's revamped one with just one tap.
What's the deal with YouTube Music?
We respect your privacy. All email addresses you provide will be used just for sending this story. Fans of the streaming service Google Play Music may soon want to hold a moment of silence. Google has announced that the app will be shut down and replaced by the YouTube Music app, which has been available for a few years.
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.