Google has officially launched YouTube Music, a separate app from the original YouTube app, which works with the Google Music subscription fee and is provided for a single monthly cost. Portions of the app are accessible without a fee.
YouTube Music has the ability to switch between video or audio-only features. It also allows users to hear audio from a video on a computer or mobile device, even if the display is turned off or the user is using a different app at the same time.
YouTube Music includes a 14-day “amplified experience” for free. This is a 14-day free subscription to the whole collection of services all at once.
YouTube Music is part of the new Red subscription service, which for $9.99 monthly brings you an ad-free YouTube experience, access to original content, and more.
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