In early August, Google provided an official depreciation plan for Play Music. The phasing out continues today and Google will no longer be able to purchase music from the Play Store worldwide.
This service allows you to buy songs and listen to them on GPM. Users also have the option to download the MP3 files.
With the latest major revision of the Play Store for Android, Google downplayed the importance of buying music. The section was not in the bottom bar and was hidden in the navigation drawer at the bottom.
“Browse music” no longer appears this afternoon while the message “The music store on Google Play is no longer available” appears on the web. This depreciation started in late August and some users lost access in September. The Music Manager desktop application will close.
Going forward, Play Music will no longer be able to stream content around the world later this month. Google will save Play Music playlists, uploads, purchases, Likes, and other data until December to give users the option to migrate to YouTube Music with the tool. To transfer. Then all data will be erased.