YouTube Music Premium subscribers can cancel, pause, or resume at any point during paid membership. You can cancel your membership during a trial. If you choose to cancel, your trial membership will not roll over into a paid subscription at the end of the trial. You’ll continue to have access until the end of the trial period. Here’s how to cancel your YouTube Music Premium subscription on both desktop and mobile, using the iPhone or Android app.
Cancel your YouTube Music Premium on Android:
Cancel your YouTube Music Premium on Computer:
Cancel your YouTube Music Premium on iPhone or iPad:
You can easily cancel your YouTube Music subscription if you can no longer afford the subscription fee or if you simply need a better streaming app. As we’ve shown in the above guide, there are numerous ways you can do so, and it takes just a couple of minutes. After you cancel the YouTube Music Premium, your YouTube Music paid membership benefits will continue until the end of the billing period. Then you’ll return to the free, ad-supported version. You will lose access to all Premium features. You will lose offline listening, as-free songs and more. Your library should be unchanged, but any music you’ve downloaded via the app will be deleted. How to keep all downloaded songs after you cancel YouTube Music?
If you want to cancel your YouTube Music subscription without losing downloads, you have come to the right place. Pazu YouTube Music Converter provides a workable way to keep YouTube Music downloads playback after canceling the subscription. Pazu YouTube Music Converter can download YouTube Music songs as local files for keeping playback offline. With it, even YouTube Music free users are able to download and convert YouTube Music to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and M4A with original quality. Owing to the help from Pazu YouTube Music Converter, you cannot only keep YouTube Music songs forever but also play the downloaded YouTube Music on any device even without the YouTube Music app. Refer to the following tutorial to learn how to keep YouTube Music after cancelling subscription.
It’s pretty easy. So, read on below to learn what you need to do.
To get started, download, install and run Pazu YouTube Music Converter on your Windows PC, which features a built-in YouTube Music web player.
If you have already purchased a license, click the key icon to register the converter. If not, continue using the trial version.
You don’t need to sign in to your YouTube Music account.
The default output format is M4A. Pazu YouTube Music Converter also supports MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV and AIFF. Click Option button to change output format or output folder if you need. You can also change bitrate, samplerate according to your needs.
Browse or search to fidn the songs, albums or playlist you want to download. Click the album or playlist you want to download. Then click the red icon to load songs.
All songs in the playlist/album will be selected by default. You can uncheck the songs you don’t want to get.
After selecting the songs, click Convert button to start downloading YouTube Music songs to the format you choose. You will see a progress circle indicating your music is downloading.
Once the songs have been downloaded, click the folder icon to quickly locate the DRM-free YouTube Music songs in the format you choose. You can then transfer and play it anywhere.
To view or manage all music you’ve downloaded, click the clock icon on the top right corner of the YouTube Music Converter interface.
The downloaded songs are playable whether you have YouTube Music Premium or not.
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