Last month, Google released YouTube Red ad-free subscription plan. And now, the company has launched YouTube Music, which is likely to be a Spotify or an Apple Music competitor.
With the new YouTube Music app, you’ll be able to dig the entire music library YouTube is offering. The service works best if you’re a YouTube Red subscriber, which runs for $9.99 per month, offering ad-free and offline music; there’s also an audio-only mode.
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However, you’ll get access to YouTube’s curated library even though you’re not a YouTube Red member.
YouTube Music is now available on iOS and Android in the US. Download links available below.
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