Report: Google Play Music will be killed off and replaced by YouTube Remix this year
Since last July, we’ve been hearing about Google’s plans to merge YouTube and Google Play Music to create a new streaming service, and today, a report from Droid Life and a comment from the company has shed more light on the situation. According to the outlet’s source, Google Play Music will be replaced by the upcoming YouTube Remix platform, which is slated to launch later this year, and existing Play Music users will be migrated to the new service by the end of 2018. A statement from YouTube seems to corroborate this, with hints of notifications about migrating to the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google Play,YouTube,Google
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