That service will offer the stock streaming experience, with rumors pointing to offline music playback support, customized playlists based on a user's listening history, and more. For $10 a month, YouTube Red mixed up ad-free streaming with original content, the latter of which may not be of much use for everyone.
Google's existing subscription offering YouTube Red, meanwhile, has been billed as an extension of the new music app. Graduating up is YouTube Music Premium, which for $9.99 a month offers background listening and downloads, without those pesky ads, a blog post explains.
YOUTUBE is joining the music streaming landscape with the launch of YOUTUBE MUSIC. Now studios, and the artists they represent, can get a cut of the subscription service while you listen to music ad-free.
YouTube, YouTube Music, YouTube Music Premium or YouTube Premium: which is right for you?
Current subscribers will continue their current pricing as well so if you've been dithering about a Google Play Music subscription, it might be worth doing it now and saving yourself a couple of quid when YouTube Premium hits our shores. YouTube Music Premium will be available on a standalone basis for US$9.99 per month (US price).
It's also worth mentioning podcasts which are now available through Google Play Music. In time, Google Play Music will be phased out, according to reports.
The You Tube app gives you the full You Tube experience on iPhone and
Confused? Well, essentially YouTube has made it possible for customers to opt for music only.
YouTube has officially announced the launch of YouTube Music, or rather the relaunch of a revamped version of YouTube Music.
A couple of cool new additions worth noting here too: YouTube Music will finally gain a native desktop application similar to Spotify. YouTube Premium will initially launch in the four countries above plus South Korea.
YouTube wants to charge $2 more for its premium services.
YouTube Premium is rolling out in the same markets as YouTube Music, following the same schedule.