The deadline for the Google Play Music service is now clear. As of October, Google Play Music and related services will be bid farewell.
Why has the Google Play Music service terminated?
In recent years, there has been a fierce competition among platforms that offer digital services in the music industry. New service providers and new applications are constantly joining this industry, while some are being deleted.
Google came up with a radical decision on this matter. With the launch of YouTube Music, Google Play Music, also owned by Google, had lost its meaning. In this case, instead of leaving the application blank, Google decided to close it clearly.
Initially, Google Play Music will be terminated in Australia and New Zealand by September, and by October, the service will be terminated worldwide. With the termination of the service, not only the application but also the web will not be served.
In addition, the service will be terminated for all connected applications that work with Google Play Music. Google will no longer provide music purchasing services, although no clear dates have been given for the service’s closure. However, music purchased from other platforms can be uploaded to YouTube Music.