You Tube Set to Launch New Music Streaming Service

Published By : 17 May 2018 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

Google’s You Tube is gearing to unveil a brand new version of its music streaming service called YouTube Music as soon as next week. It is also preparing to rollout a premium service that would charge additional bucks for its original shows such as “Karate Kid” spinoff.

Both Paid and Free Versions to be Unveiled

Here’s all you need to know about You Tube Music:

It is basically a refurbished version of its current music service. While the functions are the same, there are additional bells and whistles. Those include a customized playlist depending upon your history of usage of YouTube history.

To avail the new product to be soft-launched on May 22, one will just need to shell out US$10 a month after a free trial period. It is expected to supplant Google Play Music, the company’s a rival music service that was intended to help take of ground YouTube Music.

The video streaming giant also added that it would unveil You Tube Premium, which is nothing but a more evolved version of YouTube Red. You Tube Red was launched two years back – it is more or less similar to Apple Music and Spotify. It offered its subscribers a music service which was on-demand and further did away with ads in videos.

As far as the new products go, the version of You Tube Music supported by ads will not charge watchers but the YouTube Music Premium would charge them US$9.99 a month since it will be free of advertisements.

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