Google has confirmed that its revised YouTube Music streaming service may support the key features of its Google Play Music app, including the ability for users to upload music files that may not be in the service's streaming catalog. 1
However, the announcement of a revised YouTube Music app has created confusion among Google Play Music users, a streaming music service launched by Google in 2011. But he had trouble winning subscribers at the level of category leaders Spotify and Apple Music.
Google told Google Play Music users that in a press release announcing the YouTube Music rollout earlier this week, nothing will change in the short term. Speaking to The Verge, Elias Roman, Google's product manager for YouTube Music and Google Play Music, said the company's preliminary goal is to migrate Google Play Music subscribers to YouTube Music in 2019, though the report warns that the timeframe is out
In any case, Roman said that the plan is to have the main features of Google Play Music ported to YouTube Music every time they switch to YouTube. According to the report, these features will allow users to upload their own music that Amazon removed from its Amazon Music service over the past year and buy music instead of just streaming it. Last week, T. Jay Fowler, YouTube Director of Music Product Management said will preserve the music collection, playlists, and presets of Google Play Music users each time they migrate to YouTube Music.  YouTube Music already offers some protection against licensed titles that it officially lacks. One of the most important selling points of the service is the integration with music videos that can be found on YouTube. The app may not license every album from a particular band, but can compensate for it to some extent by allowing users to view and download music videos from this band that have already been uploaded to YouTube along with the music in their streaming library.  However, this is not a complete solution. If users upload music they may have already paid for, it will probably be a relief to current Google Play Music subscribers. Nevertheless, Google has not specified a specific time when YouTube Music will receive the promised updates.
We've tested an early-access version of the new YouTube Music this week, and we'll be giving more hands-on practical impressions in the coming days.