The transition from Google Play Music to YouTube Music is going steady.
Indeed, Google has announced that the YouTube Music app will now be pre-installed on all devices running the latest versions of its Android operating system - that’s to say Android 9 and Android 10.
For now, this is likely to to be something of a niche: as a guide, Google’s latest data for Android-version share (from May 2019) showed that only 10.4% of active Android devices were using version 9 of the operating system. Android 10 hadn’t been released yet.
By the way, replacing the previous Google Play Music pre-install will get YouTube Music in front of more people. YouTube’s task remains the same: not just getting people to use its music app, but persuading them to upgrade to a full premium subscription.
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