Google's musical YouTube service! It's here!

21 August 2014

youtube Google's long rumoured music service is upon us!

YouTube Music Key will feature over 20 million tunes and videos curated especially for the service.

It will offer a 30-day trial for free, and then a monthly subscription giving access to what they're bugling as “high-quality tracks - complete albums, organised into artist discographies”, specifically for YouTube with both video and audio-only streaming and offline listening.

It's likely that the service will link in with Google's current Play Music All Access thing, which also costs £9.99 a month.

According to reports, the YouTube service will offer concert footage, covers and remixes in addition to the official discographies of artists.

Google will offer an enhanced version of YouTube’s existing recommendation engine based on user choice, making suggestions of what to listen to as users watch videos on YouTube.

The service is expected to be offered once they've cleared up all the business of licensing and rowing with smaller labels.

That will no doubt be exciting... but won't stop people enjoying the fruits of the torrent tree.

TOPICS:   Technology   Cool Stuff   Best Of Youtube

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