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Subscriber Account active since. Youtube Music uses Google's algorithms to tailor playlists to your interests, as well as help you discover new artists. It supports these features using advertising, as well as a paid membership that removes those ads and lets you download tracks to listen offline. You'll still keep your playlists and account. Here's how to cancel your YouTube Music Premium subscription on both desktop and mobile, using the iPhone or Android app.
How to cancel YouTube Premium on iOS:
If you cancel your membership during a free trial, your trial membership will no longer be automatically rolled over into a paid subscription at the end of the free trial. You'll continue to have access until the end of the trial period. Google Help. Send feedback on Help Center Community. Sign up and manage your account Manage account settings Manage privacy settings Manage accessibility settings Troubleshoot account issues. YouTube policies Reporting and enforcement Privacy and safety center Copyright and rights management.
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