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How To Transfer Google Play Music Library to YouTube Music

Google Play Music is shutting down this month. That means that December is the last month you will be able to access your google play music.
How To Transfer Google Play Music Library to YouTube Music

Ever wondered if you could transfer your google play music library to YouTube music? If yes, then you can do that by following these simple steps. This article will discuss the process of transferring the music to YouTube music and what all you can do.

Need to transfer the music

You must have read that Google Play Music is shutting down this month. That means that December is the last month you will be able to access your google play music. So, to prevent losing your collection, YouTube has pitched in for google play. 


If you are wondering about the hectic procedure, then worry not. Google play has an easy way to transfer all your music library, playlist, preferences, etc., to YouTube music. 

Why the sudden change?

If you have been following the news, then it won’t come as a surprise to you. YouTube officially announced the change back in August. Moreover, Google play’s users have lost the ability to purchase, download music from the app. 


Now, many users are switching from Google Play to YouTube Music for better quality music experience. However, there is still a competition between Spotify and YouTube music in terms of their users; people resort to YouTube to keep a tab on the upcoming music videos.

How to transfer music?

YouTube has introduced a tool that can be used to transfer your favorite playlist, preferences, etc. it’s simple and easy, so you do not have to make haste as you still have a lot of time. However, this will not work this month. 


Follow these steps to transfer your Google music library to YouTube music.


  1. Install the YouTube music app on your device. 
  2. Once you are done with the installation, go to your Google play music.
  3. There you will see the transfer button at the top of the screen. Tap on that, and all your music, playlist, preferences, etc., will start transferring.
  4. The time taken is contingent on the number of songs or playlists, etc., you have stored in your Google Play music library. 
  5. Once you are done transferring, switch to the YouTube music app, and there you will find all your transferred music with the recommended list.  

Benefits of YouTube Music

YouTube music entails a lot of benefits for its users. YouTube has even come up with its premium version, where you can play music without any ads. It also comes with a recommended list for its users, and one can enjoy millions of songs and videos. 


Apart from this, YouTube music also enables its users to download songs and videos and play them for offline listening. You can even turn on the audio mode to listen to any video in audio format. It has a wonderful interface and has curated a playlist for its users. 


You can keep a tab of all the upcoming songs and videos over here. Also, you can listen to all the covers, jam, and live music which the users upload. These songs are usually not available on any other music app. 


You can even search for songs that are usually not available on any music app; this could be due to various reasons. For instance, it could be the local artist or an individual artist who has very little to no fan following. One can totally gain their fanbase from YouTube music, i.e., you can enjoy as well as upload your own music. 


It could be an exhilarating experience for the Google Play users switching to YouTube music. Let us know what you think in the comment section below. 

Dinesh Goswami

Dinesh Goswami

Meet Dinesh Goswami, an electrical engineering graduate who unearthed his escape in poems and proses to grow a knack for curating web content. You might spot him capturing skies and collecting random conversations with strangers. This tech nerd still finds it arduous to call himself a writer.