New streaming service YouTube Music from yesterday became available to users from the US, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea. In the near future users from Russia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Great Britain will be able to use it.

What is unique about this service?

YouTube Music is a new music streaming service for music. There will be official songs, albums, thousands of playlists and radio executors, as well as a huge catalog of YouTube remixes, concerts, covers and music videos. All this can now be found in one place.

The new service will adapt to the recommendations, which are based on the history of listening to people, on where they are and what they are doing. If the user is staying at the airport, he will be advised something quietly before the flight. If a person often visits the gym, the service will offer rhythmic tracks.

The launch of the music service YouTube Music

You can use YouTube Music in your browser or mobile app on Android and iOS. In addition to clips, this service offers full albums, singles, remixes, live performances, cover versions and rare entries, including exclusives.

The current YouTube Red and Google Play Music in the US, Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, and Mexico will continue to support those features that are now operating at the same price that users pay today. Google Play Music subscribers in all other countries will automatically be able to access YouTube Music Premium as soon as the service becomes available. If you use Google Play Music, nothing will change — you can still access all purchased music, downloads, and playlists from Play Music.

Will all music be free?

Those who want to use YouTube Music for free will have to listen to music and sometimes advertising. Subscribers to Google Play Music and those who agree to pay $ 9.99 per month will receive a version without ads. With it, you can download songs for offline listening and quietly minimize the mobile application.

There will be another subscription option — YouTube Premium for $ 11.99 per month. It will include access to all video content on YouTube without ads — including original shows and movies that only YouTube Red subscribers could previously view.