Google started to gradually shut down its Play Music service all over the world from October 22, 2020. The closure process, which is often reminded by Google, was officially implemented on this date. Since then, Play Music is unavailable from the app or from the website music.google.com. Users encounter a minor error that Google Play Music is no longer available when they try to open the service.
Saying that users should transfer all their data to YouTube Music with a final reminder, Google will now take this opportunity away from us at the end of February. On February 24, 2021, Google will delete all user data in Play Music. So, we will not be able to transfer our Play Music data to YouTube Music from this date.
Google Play Music is no longer available!So if you're reading this news before February 24, your time is getting shorter to transfer your Play Music data. If you do not transfer your data to YouTube Music by February 24, your following data will be permanently deleted:
- Your music library
- Your suggestion history
- Your downloaded music
- Your playlists
However, it should be reminded that Google continues to offer Play Music service according to the countries at this point. For example , according to the Android Authority team, some users in South Africa, the UK, and India are still able to access Play Music's app and website. In Turkey, I noticed that when I tried to shut down.