Google today launched YouTube Music app to compete with the likes of Apple and Spotify. The app will be available in 17 countries including the U.K and brings add-free music and video in one app. YouTube Music app will be available on both iOS and Android. Google’s
YouTube Music App: Everything You Need to Know
The app features curated albums and videos, especially for the user. The app is free to use, but if you want to enjoy additional benefits you can opt for a premium version. The premium version offers you the ability to listen to music offline and also you can enjoy advert-free music. YouTube is now entering into much competitive space dominated by biggest players like Apple Music and Spotify. These music services enjoy a major chunk of the music market and apparently has 85 million subscriber base.
From today onwards, YouTube offers the option for its video fans to upgrade to YouTube premium service. The premium members can avail the Music premium benefits, Add-free content and downloads across all of YouTube. Furthermore, as part of premium service, YouTube has launched Original shows and movies similar to Netflix like Cobra Kai and Impulse. Also, two new shows are launching today such as F2 finding the football and The Sideman Show.
F2 finding football takes us across the football cultures around the world. The Sideman Show, on the other hand, follows YouTubers as they take on the challenges set by celebrity guests such as Nichole Scherzinger and BearGrylls. YouTube Music Premium costs £9.99 and YouTube Music Family plan is priced £14.99. Furthermore, you can enjoy premium service (original content) for £11.99 per month and family plan costs you £17.99.