I have just been advised by Google that the Google Play Music service will be suspended later this year and replaced by YouTube Music. Their advice is to transfer my Google Play Music library to YouTube Music, and they have provided tools to do so.
My question is this. My current Google Play Music subscription is a free one, providing storage for a 50k song library which I can access directly through my Sonos systems. Sonos only currently provides YouTube Music access to Premium (chargeable) accounts. So with this change, will Sonos extend its support to free YouTube Music account holders?
Best answer by Anonymous
I would not tell you to go out and buy something new from Sonos to adjust for this change from the music partner(s), but are you using an iOS device running the Sonos app that can Airplay to one or more Sonos products? If no, something to think about is weighing the cost of the music service for a year against buying a Sonos One SL, Trade up to an S2 product or look at the IKEA styled products, mainly the Bookshelf unit. The IKEA products are compatible with an iOS device for Airplay and are about the same cost as our Sonos Boost depending on your Region.