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YouTube rolls out streaming music service for few users

    The rumored Youtube streaming music service is making it way out to some users out there. Well, the service is not yet available in Nigeria or any other Africa country but many in United States, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea.

    In coming weeks, Youtube says it will roll out in Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

    Looking for a similar features with Spotify? Then, here is the YouTube Music and particularly, there is the spectacular design and the new desktop player, both designed specifically around playing music.

    The Youtube Music arrives with a feature called ‘Your Mixtape’ and it is a collection automatically created from music compiled from favorite artists, songs frequently listened to, and new recommendations.

    YouTube streaming music service

    One thing that is impressive here on the “Your Mixtape” is that, it automatically download your favourite music to a user’s phone, that is accessible for offline listening.

    The Youtube streaming music service is available in free or paid platform. There is the free platform with ads and the paid version without ads, includes $9.99/month and $11.99/month for YouTube Premium, which includes original video content.

    Notably, anyone who already has a Google Play Music subscription gets YouTube Music as part of that membership.