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YouTube Music Now Replacing Google Play Music On Android 10
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YouTube Music Now Replacing Google Play Music On Android 10

The music streaming service is very much in demand and nowadays people stopped to store music on the device and switching to the online streaming services. Google is well known about this and that’s why the company unveiled its own music streaming service – YouTube Music.

Well, now the Mountain View company pushing the latest version of Android operating system i.e. Android 10 with pre-installed YouTube Music and this replacing the old Google Play Music. The company announced this on its official YouTube Blog, but did not confirm which device will ship with the application first. However, it is said that the upcoming Pixel 4 series will debut with YouTube Music on the board.

The new move of the company will make YouTube Music as the default music player of the smartphones, and if you guys want to experience the application now then you can download it from Google Play Store. Having said that, Google is not killing the Google Play Music and it will be available on the Google Play Store and the users of Android 10 can download.

If you are unaware about the service, the YouTube Music will allow users to play and listen official songs and albums which offers thousands of playlists and artist radio. In this music streaming service, you will get a huge catalog of remixes, cover songs, music videos, and live performance. That said, everything will be presented in an organized way.

Furthermore, the YouTube Music will also give a personalized home screen which will give you the recommendations based on the music played history and what the user is doing, the playlist can be accessed based on genre, mood. activity, as well as the language.

Speaking about the pricing of the service in India, it will be available in two versions; free, which will ad-supported as well as paid. In terms of the paid version, the service will allow users to play songs and video in the background even when your smartphone is locked. That’s not all, the service also allows the offline downloads, and the subscription starting at ₹99.

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