How to cancel your Google Play Music subscription

While Google Play Music is a fine music streaming option, with options out there like Spotify, Apple Music, and Pandora, something else might have caught your eye. In that case, you'll want to cancel your Google Play Music account, lest you pay for more than one streaming music service at once.

This is how you cancel your Google Play Music subscription.

How to cancel your Google Play Music subscription

If you're an iPhone user, you'll need to head to the web to cancel your Google Play Music subscription.

  1. Open Safari or the web browser of your choice from your dock or Applications folder.
  2. Head to play.google.com.

  1. Click Account.
  2. Under Subscriptions, click Cancel subscription.

  1. Click Cancel Subscription.
  2. Click OK.

And there you go. Your account will stop working at the end of your current billing cycle. Until then, you can use the service as you normally would if you so desire.

Questions?

If you have any other questions about canceling your Google Play Music subscription, let us know in the comments.

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

3 Comments
  • Another article on how to cancel a non-Apple subscription. What is up with this?
  • We're doing a roundup and comparison of all the streaming music services, Google Play among them. Plenty of Apple users use Google Play Music!
  • Why do I need to cancel my Google Music subscription? How about the fact that Apple charges you $24.99 a year to "match" your music to their service and Google lets you have 25,000 songs synced for FREE. How about if you have MS Office 365 you get 1TB of storage and you can you got it store your music and use their app to stream your tunes for FREE. Nothing Apple offers is ever free or realistically priced.