Google Play Music Desktop Player now supports YouTube Music

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Google’s YouTube Music app has been available for a few weeks now, but the firm has limited its desktop app to the web, leaving users who want a standalone desktop app high and dry.

Fortunately, users of the third party desktop Google Play Music app can make use of YouTube Music now with an update which adds youtube Music integration to the app. Users will be able to stream YouTube Music, as well as have it integrate with Microsoft’s native music controls, making it easily controlled by media keyboards and other accessories.

The app also comes bundled in with Google Play Music, so users are able to switch between one service or the other quickly.

While the app is no longer available in the Microsoft Store for some reason, you can download it from the source link below.

Source: Google Play Music Desktop Player

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