Google Album Archive: Google announced on Tuesday that it will be shutting down its Album Archive on July 19, 2023. The Archive, which was launched in 2015, allowed users to store and share their digital music collections.
In a blog post, Google said that the decision to shut down the Archive was made “after careful consideration.” The company said that it is “no longer able to offer the level of service that our users expect.”
Google is offering users a few options for backing up their data before the Google Album Archive is shut down. Users can export their data to a Google Drive folder, or they can use a third-party service like Soundiiz or TuneMyMusic.
The Archive’s closure is a blow to music lovers who used the service to store and share their collections. However, Google has provided users with a few options for backing up their data.
Here are some additional details about the Google Album Archive’s closure:
- The Archive will be shut down on July 19, 2023.
- Users can export their data to a Google Drive folder.
- Users can use a third-party service like Soundiiz or TuneMyMusic to back up their data.
- Google is offering a 100% refund for any unused storage space in the Archive.
If you are a user of the Album Archive, I recommend that you export your data to a Google Drive folder or use a third-party service to back up your data before July 19.
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