YouTube Music and YouTube Premium are now live in the U.S., 16 other nations
What’s going on?
Today we're announcing two important updates. Users will have the opportunity to transfer their music libraries from Google Play Music to YouTube Music in that timeframe. Second, in the coming months, Google Play Music users will no longer be able to stream from or use the Google Play Music app. Additionally, we are making changes to the Google Play store and Music Manager.
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Simple transfer and additional changes to Music Manager
Nevertheless, it was still a bit of a surprise when the company announced that it would ditch Play Music for its YouTube Music service before the end of As a long-time Google Play Music subscriber, it definitely seems to me like Google is being way too hasty at best and making a huge mistake at worst. This is possible for playlists, but what if you want to listen to a single track? Sure, you might watch a funny music video or listen to an eclectic track on YouTube, but do you really want it affecting your recommendations in a music streaming app? This then leads to a scenario where people second-guess whether they should like videos on YouTube or subscribe to a channel due to the potential effect it will have on their music experience. Here, Play Music adopts an app-wide offline mode, with the various app screens showing your offline content. But YouTube Music is content to simply direct you to your downloads page, with other tabs rendered mostly useless. Sure, many of these gimped or missing features might not be intentional. However, all of the aforementioned lacking or intrusive features illustrate the gulf in how Google views Play Music versus YouTube Music.
The company announced major changes to its streaming lineup on May 24, including a reimagined YouTube Music service , and as of Monday, June 18, those new services have gone live in the United States and 16 other countries. But there are some real lingering questions left unanswered after the dust settled. We reached out to Google to clarify the details of its new service, as well as how it affects Google Play Music, which is the default music app on many Android phones. Google has two music streaming services : Google Play Music , which launched in , and YouTube Music , which debuted in It has access to thousands of playlists, songs, albums, artists, and more, and it has neat features like the ability to search for songs via vague descriptions or lyrics. YouTube Red is now called YouTube Premium , and it will still provide an ad-free experience across all of YouTube, along with background play, the ability to download videos to watch offline, and access to YouTube Originals. So to break it down: YouTube Music lets you stream music with ads. YouTube Music Premium lets you stream music without ads, and has a few extra perks. So how much will it cost you? A lot of news websites speculated as much when the initial announcement hit, claiming that the long-standing service will eventually be replaced by the new YouTube Music.