Google Play Music closes within the year, comes the migration tool to YouTube Music
Google Play Music will be withdrawn by the end of the year. We can not be surprised: the company is currently focusing on YouTube Music now, and the old app, as popular (it had reached 5 billion downloads just a few months ago) had clearly become redundant and superfluous.
Play Music continues to have some of the features that make it unique in the panorama of app streaming, for example: the ability to upload your own MP3 files and listen to them without a subscription. It may seem useless nowadays (those who download still the MP3?), but there are some niche cases to which the idea can make sense - for example, if you are musicians and you must/want to exercise with their songs, for example, or if you listen to bands/musicians who for various reasons are not present on the catalogues of the various Spotify and Apple's Music.
The upload feature has been recently introduced in YouTube Music, as well as the Explore tab, from which you can discover new artists, suggested to their own music collection. Google has therefore considered ripe time for retirement; and in all this, has also released a migration tool from the old to the new. Just go on the site https://music.youtube.com/transfer and follow the instructions. It may not yet work for everyone: you receive a notification when it will be possible to proceed. Google says that it will be possible to keep:The top of the range with the best quality/price ratio? Asus ZenFone 6, buy it at the best price from Unieuro at 429 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING