YouTube Music didn't exactly have the smoothest introduction a few months ago (with some weird and/or missing features as well as early access only available to some users), but it's officially out for the masses to download on your mobile device or use via your favorite browser.
The online streaming service features not only music videos, but full albums, singles, remixes, live performances, covers, and other hard-to-find tracks. Also, at some point, YouTube Music will bring over your Google Play Music playlists, collections, and preferences. (No timetable has been given on that situation.) A paid membership to YouTube Music Premium that gives you background listening, downloads and an ad-free experience costs $9.99 a month. If you're not sure about paying for the service, you can also sign up for an ad-supported version.
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