This New Google Music Service Will Bring The End Of Google Play Music

We all know very well that the tech giant Google has a habit of trying to meet the application needs of its Android ecosystem. However, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Google to launch a new music service which will simply bring the end of Google Play Music.

The YouTube Remix, New attempt of the tech giant Google to tumble a streaming music service, to be presented later this year. And its release may decree the end of another company platform: Google Play Music.

According to Droid Life, Google Play Music users will receive alerts to migrate to the new platform by the end of the year.

There are no details on how the playlists and songs saved in the users’ account will be migrated. The app is also used to store up to 50,000 tracks purchased separately, but there is still no information on what will happen to these files.

In a statement, the tech giant Google remembers that it unified the product teams of YouTube Music and Google Play, but says “nothing will change for users today, and we will give you several warnings before any changes are made.”

Inside Google, the new service is designed to become a strong competitor to Spotify. The goal is to attract users by offering better recommendations and giving the option to display clips next to the songs.

The initial prediction was that the Remix would be released in March. During SXSW, Lyor Cohen, head of the YouTube music division, said he was late with the huge investment being made to create a product that will “proud” people.

In December of last year, the company reached agreements with Warner Music Group, Sony Music and Universal Music Group. It is worth remembering that some artists and labels complain about the low values that YouTube pays its artists.
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