New Music Streaming Service will be Launched this Week — YouTube Music
- Author: Douglas Reid May 17, 2018,
May 17, 2018, 14:34
While a music streaming service is nice we're really excited for YouTube Premium.
YouTube Music will initially launch in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea. According to sources, YouTube Music will be launched with some incredible and exciting features. Play Music isn't going away yet, though it's hard to see what future goal there will be to Google sustaining two services and apps that overlap to quite such a degree.
Google Play Music - $9.99 for "all access" or $14.99 for "all access" for up to six family members.
Google Play Music - which launched in 2011 with little success - will eventually be discontinued, with no end date as yet revealed. Recently, it is planning to launch a newer version of service known as YouTube Red which will feature personalized playlists based on individual's YouTube history and many more.
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More information on YouTube Music can be found here. So how about another version of YouTube Music?
The built-in search functionality takes a page from Google Home and Assistant with users able to look songs up by lyrics and even descriptions (that hipster song with the whistling). The audio-visual app will promises "music videos that you can't find anywhere else" plus "deep cuts you can't find anywhere else", suggesting that exclusive content will differentiate YouTube Music from its competitors.
There is both an ad-supported free tier and a $9.99-per-month package called YouTube Music Premium.
The new YouTube Premium includes YouTube Music Premium as well for $11.99. Whether you want to listen, watch or discover, it's all here. You won't have to switch between apps when someone shouts: "Hey, you should see the video for this song, it's wicked".
"YouTube Music" is a mobile app and desktop player with multiple playlists, official albums and artists to prevent users from jumping back and forth between multiple apps and YouTube, the company said in a blog post. At $11.99, subscribers will also have access to YouTube Originals and other content.