Google Play Music has an expiration date, but no one knows what that is and there's a lot to happen before Google can afford to kill it off. Here's why Play Music is safe for the foreseeable future.
In anticipation of moving people from Google Play Music to YouTube Music, the Artist Hub for indie artists is being shut down on April 30.
It's cold outside, the kids are out of school, and it's time to make some changes for the new year. Make a change that'll bring your dusty old DVDs and CDs out of the case and into the cloud.
Amazon Music Unlimited is a music subscription with a lot to offer, but if it leaves you wanting more, these are the music services to look to instead.
Google Play Music is one of the only streaming services that lets you upload your own tracks, which makes its device limit all the more frustrating.
If you subscribe to one of these, you subscribe to both, but which one is more worthy of your time, love, and tunes?
Rumors of Google Play Music’s death have been greatly exaggerated. Rumors of YouTube Music have just been a complete mess. But let's all just calm down.
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