YouTube is preparing to launch a new streaming service music search

YouTube готовит к запуску новый потоковый сервис поиска музыки

International videohostinga company YouTube launches with 22 new streaming service YouTube Music, through which users will get the ability to look up live performances of artists, albums and individual songs, even if you do not know what they need. About it reports The Guardian.

“Every month, YouTube attracts more than 1 billion music lovers to join in world musical culture and to discover new music, — stated in the message. But YouTube was designed for video, not just music. On Tuesday, may 22, we’ll change that, introducing YouTube Music, new music streaming service”— it is told in the company message.

YouTube готовит к запуску новый потоковый сервис поиска музыки

Clarifies that YouTubeMusic will allow you to find individual songs, albums, “thousands of playlists” and music radio, “a huge list” of remixes of popular songs, live performances, as well as covers and music videos, “which are more nowhere to be found.”

The service will be available in a separate app and a new player for desktop computers. Promise that his library will be included as a rare, and the most recent singles. YouTube Music will also be integrated Recommender system with the results generated on the basis of the preferences and user location.

The music service will be available in free and premium version. The YouTube Music Premium subscription will give the opportunity for $ 9 a month to listen to, and download music without ads. Another paid subscription, YouTube Premium for $ 11,99, to avoid advertising in new streaming service, and YouTube.

Since may 22, the YouTube Music will be available in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea, and in the “coming weeks” in Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK, promise.

As previously reported “FACTS”, the Russians have followed Google no longer open YouTube.

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