Summary of “YouTube Music Review”

YouTube Music, the video service’s first full-fledged music streaming offering is here, and it’s surprisingly great.
At first glance, it’s largely Google Play Music with a fresh coat of paint and music videos.
If you’re new to streaming or if you exclusively listen to music through YouTube, the overhauled Music experience is designed to bring you in with the familiarity of what is already the world’s most popular music streaming service.
Its pricing structure: there’s a free, ad-supported version of YouTube Music, a $10-per-month ad-free version called YouTube Music Premium, and a $12-per-month subscription for YouTube Premium, which includes YouTube Music Premium as well as YouTube Original shows and ad-free viewing on the traditional YouTube app and website.
YouTube finally has a legitimate challenger for Spotify and Apple Music That doesn’t take into account the $10-per-month Google Play Music subscription, which will also give you access to YouTube Music Premium.
There’s also no Sonos integration yet, so you can’t play YouTube Music through Sonos unless you plug your phone directly into a Sonos device with an auxiliary port, despite that there’s an integration with Google Play Music.
YouTube says it’s working on integrating with Sonos, and it will add the ability to play to Sonos speakers from the YouTube Music app as well.
YouTube Music is also missing little things like social features, which the company says won’t be coming; it found most of the sharing of music tracks is done off-platform, and it didn’t see a need for it.

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