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Youtube Music Streaming Service going to be launch soon

Youtube Music Streaming Service going to be launch soon

YouTube is one of the most popular entertaining and socializing platform. You just name the video and YouTube has it. Recently, YouTube launched products for streaming and music which it hoped would be successful. However, things did not go well and the plan failed.

According to sources, YouTube is now working on improving the results from the last time by introducing a new service. Sources claim that the service will be named YouTube Music and will be launched on May 22. YouTube will be providing a free trial period for users too. However, once the trial period has been ended, the service will cost a total of $9.99 per month. One of the major reasons behind launching this service is to compete with Apple Music and Spotify.

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We have good news for YouTube users too. Users can get an ad-supported version of this service for free too. However, the free version won’t include numerous prominent features including background listening and song downloads. Some sources have also claimed that this new service will replace the current Google Play Music service.

The name of YouTube Red has also been changed to YouTube Premium because of its new features. Now users will have a wide variety of services to choose from. If they only want to hear music then $9.99 will be enough. However, if users also want videos in their subscription, they can add $2 more and avail a better service.

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By introducing such services, YouTube aims to reach out to new markets. This also helps YouTube know that how many users are willing to use YouTube for free despite other popular alternatives such as Spotify. Top company official has also said that search services aim at strengthening YouTube’s dominance in developed countries. However, with the passage of time, these services will also move towards other countries.

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