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FAQ: If I already have Google Play Music, how do I get started with YouTube Music? 0 Recommended Answers 108 Replies 669 Upvotes
Last edited 6/14/18
The new YouTube Music app is separate from Google Play Music. If you already have Play Music, you can still access all of your purchased music, uploads (including cloud lockers) and playlists through Google Play Music (just like always).
Eventually we do plan to replace Google Play Music with YouTube Music but not before we support key features you love, like these:
- Uploading your personal collection (music locker)
- Playing local MP3s on Android
- Importing your Google Play Music library and music preferences to YouTube Music
We’ll also provide plenty of notice before anything changes with Google Play Music!
Note: If you have a Google Play Music subscription then you also have a Music Premium subscription automatically. So you can explore Music Premium and take advantage of all the great features, like the new app, desktop experience and the offline mixtape.
Felicitas - YouTube Music Community Manager
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