Ever since YouTube Red’s launch, a subscription to that service would get you a Google Play Music sub and vice versa. Soon, though, users will just have one service.
Lyor Cohen, YouTube’s head of music, has confirmed that Google Play Music and YouTube Red will merge. “The important thing is combining ... Read More »
Google is now offering a longer free trial for Google Play Music than usual. You can try the service for free for four months, which includes the unlimited music streaming as well as offline and ad-free YouTube courtesy of the YouTube Red subscription you get with it.
The deal should only be valid to new customers ... Read More »
If you subscribed to YouTube Red, you’re in for a treat. Some subscribers have received an email from Google offering them a free Chromecast to reward them for their subscription, which is a great way to get more people to watch YouTube on the big ... Read More »
Play Music pricing is competitive with the rest of the streaming music world at $9.99 a month, and for YouTube fans the added bonus of ad-free bliss with YouTube Red makes it an even more compelling offer. But regardless of whether the standard pricing is fair or not, I’m sure no one is ... Read More »
The Play Music family plan that we heard about back in September has finally become a reality. You can subscribe in the next few days for $14.99 a month, and that will include you and up to five additional family members. The plan will be available in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, France, ... Read More »
One week ago, YouTube Red became official. With the new subscription service, Google is offering individuals the opportunity to get rid of advertisements that appear on the video-centric service for a minimal monthly cost.
The subscription actually offers a bit more in terms of benefits for that monthly subscription, which runs $9.99 per month. For ... Read More »
You’ve watched a YouTube ad, which means you’ve seen an advertisement, too. Whether that ad was skippable in a matter of seconds, or forced you to watch it for up to a minute probably, it doesn’t matter to most people. They’d just prefer the ads go away altogether. Luckily, Google has you covered. Finally.
Google ... Read More »