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YouTube Music is essentially Google's latest, purportedly greatest answer to the likes of Spotify and Apple Music, while YouTube Premium is the new name of YouTube Red, also including a Music Premium subscription.
Even though Google Play Music and YouTube Red are far less popular than the search giant had probably hoped, a combo service of sorts is coming.
Confused about the differences between Google's YouTube Red and Play Music streaming services and their selling points? That's likely to change soon.
If you want to cut your cord Google-style, you can do so in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Francisco. Nowhere else for now.
Another holiday sales season and 'tis it is to give the people free music for four months. But you can't be a freeloader in order to get in on this deal.
A rousing Google Home deal is about to get struck up at a big box tech retailer just days after you could get it direct from the source for full price.
Not just three months, but four of them for free! You just need to be completely new to Google Play Music... well, not as new as you think.
If you're subscribed to YouTube Red, there's a chance that you may be getting a Chromecast sent your way for free. But what about Google Play Music?
If you're new to YouTube Red, you can pay 99 cents for three-months of ad-free YouTube with original content and several other features.
YouTube Red is still hardly a Netflix competitor, but at least the first step in original programming will be made in a matter of days.
Discover the new YouTube Music app, landing today for iOS and Android users to connect them with the service's music content like never before.
Apple Music stirred up controversy earlier this year when it debuted its pay-only service by providing a three-month free trial to users. In so doing, Apple said it would not be paying royalties to artists for those three months. Taylor Swift put an axe in that idea and Apple wholly admits it. The backlash that scarred Apple is something YouTube wants to avoid in debuting its own paid subscription program.
YouTube Red, which will charge $9.99 a month for ad-free video viewing, is extending a 30-day free trial of its own to the globe of viral clip watchers. Unlike its unfortunate [...]
Hear why Google's charging more for YouTube Red iOS pricing, and what users can do to avoid the price hike.