Starting on May 22nd, YouTube will officially launch its music streaming service that will be available for free and Premium version.
YouTube Music is a new music streaming service made for music: official songs, albums, thousands of playlists and artist radio.
The free version of YouTube Music supports ads and will offer official songs, albums, playlists, artist-based radio and YouTube’s library of videos.
While YouTube Music Premium is the ad-free version of the music streamer that allows you to listen to tunes in the background, and download tune. It will cost $9.99 a month and will be available via an app or through your desktop browser.
And if you are a YouTube Red (soon to be YouTube Premium) or Google Play Music subscriber, you get YouTube Music Premium at no extra charge. However, if you are not a member and plan to go for the bundle in the future, the whole premium streaming service will set you back $11.99.
The Music app will offer you location based songs depending on your location, and you can also search for a specific songs in vague terms.
It will be rolling out to U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea* on Tuesday, and other countries in the coming weeks.
For the first time, all the ways music moves you can be found in one place.