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YouTube Music will replace Google Play Music but won’t kill user uploads
Ars Technica
Google has confirmed that its revamped YouTube Music streaming service will eventually support key features of its Google Play Music app, including the ability for users to upload music files that may not exist in the service’s streaming catalog.
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Spotify vs. Apple Music vs. YouTube Music: Which is best for your hard-earned cash?USA TODAY
YouTube Music will eventually get Google Play Music’s best features, including user uploadsThe Verge

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Published On: Thu, May 24th, 2018

YouTube Music will replace Google Play Music but won’t kill user uploads – Ars Technica


Ars Technica

YouTube Music will replace Google Play Music but won't kill user uploads
Ars Technica
Google has confirmed that its revamped YouTube Music streaming service will eventually support key features of its Google Play Music app, including the ability for users to upload music files that may not exist in the service's streaming catalog.
YouTube Bets on Music as "Trojan Horse" to Boost Subscription BusinessHollywood Reporter
Spotify vs. Apple Music vs. YouTube Music: Which is best for your hard-earned cash?USA TODAY
YouTube Music will eventually get Google Play Music's best features, including user uploadsThe Verge

all 21 news articles »

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