Google’s new subscription music service will reportedly be called ‘YouTube Music Key’
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Google has been rumored to launch a YouTube-branded subscription music service for months now, and we’re getting a big look at what it might entail when it finally launches. Android Police is reporting that the service will be called YouTube Music Key, which will offer ad-free playback, the ability to save songs and videos for offline listening, and an audio-only interface for when you’re multitasking or want to have music on in the background, all for $9.99 per month.
It sounds like basically every other streaming music service out there, including Google’s already-established Google Play All Access service but at the same time as YouTube Music Key launches, Google is expected to rebrand its current offering to Google Play Music Key….