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10:56  17 may  2018
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YouTube Red Is Changing: What You Need To Know

  YouTube Red Is Changing: What You Need To Know YouTube has announced a major shakeup in its premium subscription and music streaming services, ditching the YouTube Red brand and making a push to offer both paid and ad-supported versions of its offerings across the board. And it's all happening tomorrow (May 23)! Here are the details. On Wednesday, May 23, the Google-owned video giant will introduce a revamped YouTube Music in Australia, a new streaming service to challenge Spotify and Apple Music. Taking the form of both an app and a desktop player, the service features thousands of curated playlists and will make suggestions based on your tastes and location.

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Google has never released user numbers for its music streaming service , and YouTube Red, which had just 1.5 million subscribers a year ago largely due to its limited global rollout With all that hanging over YouTube ’s new service , it’s unclear the company is capable of hitting its March launch target.

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Google's YouTube said on Wednesday it will launch a new music streaming service, YouTube Music, next week and unveil soon a premium service that will charge more for its original shows.

YouTube Music, which will be launched on May 22, comes with extra features like personalized playlists based on individual's YouTube history and other usage patterns, YouTube, owned by Alphabet Inc's Google, said.

The video streaming company said it will also launch YouTube Premium, the revamped YouTube Red subscription service.

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According to the latest reports, we might see another great music streaming service in 2018. Signs are not lacking for the service to be launched ; Play Music and YouTube Red subscriptions are already unified.

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The new ad-supported version of YouTube Music will be available for free, while YouTube Music Premium, a paid membership without advertisements, will be available at $9.99 a month, YouTube said in a blog post.

YouTube plans to charge $2 more for its premium service, as it includes YouTube Music service along with its original shows. YouTube Premium will be charged at $11.99 for all new members, the company said.

"YouTube Premium includes ad-free, background and offline across all of YouTube, as well as access to all YouTube Originals including Cobra Kai, Step Up: High Water and Youth & Consequences," YouTube said.

For existing YouTube Red members, the current price will continue for YouTube Premium, it said.

YouTube Music will be launched in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea on Tuesday. It will be expanded to some other countries in the following weeks.

Recode earlier reported the launch plan.

(Reporting by Shubham Kalia in Bengaluru; Editing by Gopakumar Warrier)

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