It's ALL here. Not just music videos, but official albums, singles, remixes, live performances, covers and hard-to-find music you can only get on YouTube. Additionally, YouTube has now officially launched a YouTube Music Premium Family plan, which it apparently hadn't done at last month's inaugural launch in the USA and elsewhere.
Back in May, YouTube announced it would launch YouTube Music and YouTube Premium in Canada "soon", and today that day has come. The app is available now on iOS and Android in 17 countries, including the U.S., the United Kingdom and Australia. Google is effectively counting on the draw of offering a combination of video and music in one app as a reason for people to make the switch.
That service finally arrived in the USA at the tail-end of May and, just weeks after that launch, it is now available in the UK. It means that whether or not you remembered to sync your latest playlist for offline listening, you'll always end up with fresh music to listen to if you find yourself unable to stream over Wi-Fi or 4G.
To confuse things a little, YouTube Music is not a direct replacement to Google Play Music.
YouTube Music Premium offers ad-free listening with offline downloads, similar to other premium streaming music services, while YouTube says your Offline Mixtape will automatically download songs in case you forget. These are shows created by YouTube in retaliation to the onslaught of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video original content.
The shining light here is Cobra Kai, the Karate Kid spin-off - the show recently found itself the most-watched streaming show across all services and has earned itself a second season. F2 Finding Football and The Sidemen are launching today, with other shows to follow.
Will you be switching to YouTube Music? Without it, users have to keep the YouTube Music app active in the foreground, meaning that if they start using another app, for example, the music will stop playing. Google Play Music has made incredible investment in taste profile.
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