The launch, which is not a complete launch, with that expected to happen next Tuesday - Wednesday our time - will see YouTube Red disappear and be replaces with YouTube Music Premium available for $9.99USD per month which includes services such as ad-free music, listen in the background and downloadable content, or YouTube Premium for $11.99USD per month which includes all that plus the new YouTube Originals series like Cobra Kai and the upcoming Impulse series. Except that YouTube Red will now be known as YouTube Premium since it covers both music and video. However, note that those three features only apply to music content.
It will come with extra features such as personal playlists based on a person's YouTube history, according to Reuters.
Fans of Google's YouTube will be in for some changes when its new music streaming service launches on May 22. As for what networks will be included in the service here, we'll have to wait and find out.
The latter will be a separate service called "YouTube Premium" where consumers can subscribe to access original shows.
So what is YouTube Music exactly? YouTube Red was Google's attempt at turning the free video streaming service into a business, lumping together a variety of subscription-only features, whether you have need for all of those or only some. At the airport? We'll recommend something relaxing before the flight.
The new YouTube Music app is soft-launching on Tuesday, "and then spread slowly thereafter".
YouTube is the Internet's biggest video site, with more than 1.8 billion accounts tuning in every month. It will be initially available in markets where YouTube Red is available, though no word on when that transition will happen. It will expand more broadly in the coming weeks.
"They're incorporating all your viewing on YouTube to build your favourites", noted Lefsetz - those gasps of horror you can hear are parents everywhere thinking about all those nursery-rhymes their kids binged in the past while logged in to the parental account. The service is slated to later be launched in Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
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