Google Play subscribers get free access to music service YouTube




Google Play Music gives subscribers allegedly free and complete access to the Music Key music service subsidiary YouTube. Under more US subscribers would already be informed.

Among other 9to5Google knows to report that US subscribers by Google by mail are informed of the action. They are given according to the message next week free access to the new, paid music. Which is especially for mobile phones and also offers the possibility to listen offline songs. Google says later to get more details about the action.

The subsidiary YouTube announced the music service Music Key this week. The service will start next week as a beta in the US and in some European countries, but not in the Netherlands. It is therefore not clear whether Dutch Play Music subscribers can also make use of the action.

Google starts in the US and European countries next week by sending invitations for Music Key. The service must ultimately monthly cost ten dollars. In addition, there is a free platform with playlists and artist information.

Dutch and Belgians who are interested can leave their address and be taken when the service in these countries will be rolled up to date. For the time being of any further information available.


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