On May 22, YouTube will officially launch its music streaming service that will be available for free but, of course, it will surely come with some restrictions. Pay $11.99 per month and you'll have access to YouTube Premium, which includes YouTube Music Premium, as well as ad-free videos, downloads and access to YouTube Originals.
YouTube Red is now available in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, and South Korea.
Existing Google Play Music subscribers get direct access to YouTube Music Premium with $9.99 monthly subscription.
After learning that YouTube would soon inundate users with more advertisements ahead of launching a new music streaming service, the Google-owned company has revealed when its retooled YouTube Music platform will see release.
According to Google, YouTube Music will be for those looking for music, not just to listen to but also watch, making use of YouTube's extensive music video collection.
YouTube Premium includes ad-free background and offline access to YouTube and YouTube Originals, on top of YouTube Music Premium. For Complex News, I'm Frazier, and for more stories like this, keep it locked right here to Complex on YouTube.
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Roman expanded: "YouTube Music's personalized home screen dynamically adapts to provide recommendations based on people's listening history, where they are and what they're doing".
For now, however, the changes for Google Play Music subscribers are limited to an unfortunate downgrade: no more ad-free YouTube videos.
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Announcing the move, YouTube said that it will soon launch Premium in Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.
In addition, on May 22nd, YouTube Red becomes YouTube Premium.
Also similar to other music streaming services, Google's YouTube Music will be available in both free and paid versions.
The primary improvements over the Play Music app are the inclusion of official music videos and scores of unofficial remixes of prominent songs.