Google Play Music is encouraging users to transfer their music from Google Play Music to YouTube Music Service. It is planning to transfer the services from Google Play Music to YouTube Music. The transition may be slow, but it is evident. The search engine giant is letting users transfer content from one app to another.
YouTube Music app has a feature that lets users transfer content such as uploads, purchases, added songs, and albums, and playlists. Moreover, it has also created a webpage that can transfer podcasts from Google Play Music to Google Podcasts. It is Google’s podcast app.
Google Play Music is making a swift jump to YouTube Music. The app allows you to transfer uploads, purchases, added songs and albums, personal and subscribed playlists, likes and dislikes, and curated stations to YouTube Music. And once the transfer is complete, it will start showing your updated recommendations.
There will also be an email notification sent by Google after the music library transfer is complete. A user can see the transferred content in the Library tab of the YouTube Music app.
Another decision of Google that encourages users is Google Play Music Unlimited subscribers will be automatically granted an equivalent tier of the YouTube Music Premium or YouTube Premium. The Tier will depend upon their existing subscription of Google Play Music.
Google is taking these gradual steps to shift users from one platform to another. One can have the experience of both the apps with the pricing of just one. Google Play Music and YouTube Music cost Rs. 99 a month for an ad-free experience. If one isn’t ready to pay, they can use the ad-supported version of the app, which is free.