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Save Your Google Play Music Library Before It Disappears

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By the end of 2020, Google Play Music will join the ever-growing list of dead Google products. If you’ve ever used the service to store music—one of its best features—you need to back up or transfer your songs now, because they’ll all disappear in several months’ time.

You can keep using Google Music for a few more weeks if you want to, but Google will soon start removing its features. For example, according to Google’s timeline, you will no longer be able to purchase new music starting sometime in late August.

In October (or September for users in South Africa and New Zealand), the app will stop working altogether. However, your uploads, purchases and other data will still be stored in the cloud and available for transfer until December 2020. After that, the entire service will shut down and you’ll lose access to anything you haven’t downloaded or transferred—so why not download or transfer everything right now?

How to transfer or backup your Google Play Music library and data

Users have a couple of choices here:

  • Pivot to YouTube. The simplest option is to transfer your Google Music library and associated data over to YouTube Music. This will include all the music you’ve purchased, “Saved to library
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