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Google Unveils YouTube Music

Google recently released its new streaming service for YouTube Music – some users can get either for free with ads, $9.99 a month without ads or $11.99 a month for YouTube Premium that involves original video content. Anybody with a subscription to Google Play Music will enjoy a YouTube Music subscription with the membership.

Google’s answer to Spotify is YouTube Music, which offers a new desktop player and reconfigured app that is designed around music playing. According to Google, using YouTube for one’s needs had many advantages that include official song versions along with live versions, covers and remixes.

Google’s AI will ensure a more enjoyable experience even for those astounded by the vast array of choices the majority of streaming platforms provide. With YouTube Music, the heavy lifting is done for the user.

YouTube Music offers a new feature known as Your Mixtape – an automatic collection of music that includes frequently listened to songs, favorite artists, etc. Your Mixtape is downloaded to phones so that they can be accessible offline. YouTube Music recommendations take into consideration various factors such as location and time of day.

A limited number of users in the U.S., Australia, South Korea, Mexico and New Zealand have been privy to the new feature. YouTube engineers say other countries – Austria, Russia, France, Italy, Germany and others – will soon see the feature.

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