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    Google drops Play Store option for all Android users – and will delete your data TODAY

    Google drops Play Store option for all Android users – and will delete your data TODAY

    IF YOU still have digital purchases stored in Google Play Music, you should race to download or transfer the songs, playlists and albums as soon as possible. If not, Google will begin deleting your purchases right now.

    Google has shuttered its Play Music for Android users worldwide. For those who don’t know, this iTunes rival lived in the Play Store and allowed Android users to purchase individual tracks and albums. Interestingly, it also allowed Android users to upload tracks they’d already purchases from other stores, like iTunes and Amazon, to be able to access them from the cloud anywhere in the world. As such, it was a solid option for those with more obscure music tracks that might not be catered to by the library of some 60 million tracks available on Spotify and other streaming options.

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