YouTube Premium: Everything there is to know about it

A Few days back, Google has launched the YouTube Music and YouTube Premium. One of these is a streaming music service that offers the features which are almost similar to what you would expect in the Google Play Music App. And the other one is a streaming music service with the bonus of an ad-free YouTube experience.

However, Google has many names for their many services, and all this make it very much confusing. We try to provide you best information only to break it down for the users.

YouTube Music

Just think about YouTube Music is a competitor to the Spotify or Apple Music. The users can easily sign up, stream music, or also watch music videos directly on the YouTube by all within the application. There are two different plans are available for the convenience of the users.

  • One is a free ad-supported plan,
  • And another one is $9.99 (AU$11.99, £9.99) plan, only for those who want the background playback, and also the ability to download music without any advertisements.

There is also an application for the iOS and Android users, and also for the dedicated website for the desktop listening only.

And now the YouTube Red is no more, and the YouTube ad-free services are now called as YouTube Premium.

About YouTube Premium

The YouTube Premium will include everything that already included in a YouTube Music subscription such as ad-free streaming, downloadable content, background playback, many more and also an ad-free YouTube experience and also access to the YouTube Original content. You can also gain the ability to download the YouTube videos for offline viewing.

However, the YouTube Premium is priced a little costly than the YouTube Music, costing.

About Google Play Music

It will include the Google Play Music if anyone signs up for the YouTube Music or YouTube Premium; then the user may have access to the Google Play Music’s with the full capabilities. But unfortunately, your playlists and music library will remain separate in two services. Hopefully, now the Google is started working towards merging the two and also be able to move forward with just one solution.

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