This does not mean that the app was going to disappear, but with one of the novelties that will come to YouTube Music, you probably want to jump from one platform to another .
One of the reasons why thousands of users continue to use Google Play Music is because they have the possibility to upload their music library to the cloud, up to 50,000 songs and enjoy it on any of their devices. Well, apparently, this functionality will come to YouTube Music too.
As we can read in 9to5Google , the latest version of YouTube Music presents evidence of a functionality that is currently disabled and that will allow us to upload our songs to the platform, to enjoy them even if we are not premium users of YouTube Music, that is, practically the same thing that we have had for years with Play Music.
YouTube Music will play your streaming music library
With these lines, it is implied that we can play our music library also from the app, combining with the music we liked from our subscription to the service.
Given this and the functionality that Google Play Music offers to upload music to its servers, it has not taken long to relate to YouTube Music going to inherit that same function.
If this is finally the case, no further details are known at the moment , such as the maximum number of songs uploaded or if it will only be allowed for premium YouTube Music users.
Anyway, it is great news, as it was the main reason why thousands of users were still using Google Play Music on their phones.
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