Google Play music is one of the favorite live music streaming platforms of today’s scenario. Most smartphones have this service as a default music app. But it is recently reported that the search engine giant Google is planning to make its music catalog simpler and will be replacing Google Play music with a new live streaming music service.
Google Is Launching Revamped YouTube Music On May 22
Google has given a sort of an official confirmation about this new service today. The new music streaming service will be a revamped version of YouTube Music. The Revamped YouTube Music will come with new features including background playback, and a playlist that can be personalized on the basis of the user’s taste. That means this personalized playlist will be curated according to the location data and listening history of the user.
Revamped YouTube Music is to be launched on May 22, 2018. This music streaming service is described as ‘a new music streaming service made for music with the magic of YouTube: making the world of music easier to explore and more personalized than ever.’
Users who have a paid subscription to Google Play Music can have access to YouTube Music Premium. They can also have access to all the albums and songs which they have bought on Google Play Music. This new service by Google play will be available to the users in Australia, United States of America, New Zealand, South Korea and Mexico. There will be a wider release of revamped Youtube Music in the upcoming weeks.
Youtube Music is packed with Many features like a free platform that is ad-supported, whereas, an ad-free version is also available for the users who don’t like ads. The ad-free version is called as YouTube Music Premium. After Google Play Music, it will be interesting to try hands over YouTube Music.