A new music streaming service from YouTube This is a completely reimagined music service with official releases from your favorite artists. Just search the lyrics or describe it. If you subscribe via iTunes: Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period at the rate of the selected plan. Subscriptions and auto-renewal may be managed by going to Account Settings after purchase. We update our app all the time in order to make your YouTube Music experience better. We polished a few things, fixed bugs, and made some performance improvements.
Stream Songs and play videos
With Music TV you can also add YouTube music videos and playlists to your playlist, so in effect, you have unlimited, access to music video and audio!! Music TV offers a range of special features, including: - The ability to create custom playlists with songs from your music library or directly from YouTube! Plus, Music TV features an incredible self-learning algorithm that actually retrieves music videos faster and more accurate as more users enjoy the app. The payment for the subscription will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription provides you unlimited playlists, a sleep timer, and removes all ads.
View and Stream your Songs
Learn more here. To learn how to use YouTube Music with one of these other services, read below. Smart speakers will stream music for you that is closely related to the album, song, or playlist that you request. They cannot play specific requests or repeat songs. However, you can change radio stations to listen to different music and skip to the next song up to 6 times per hour.
Today Beats launched its own music service , which I'm trying out for the 7-day trial period. Engadget has a good writeup of the Beats Music experience here. I previously subscribed to Spotify, Rdio and Pandora. I've also been a big fan of Slacker the comedy channels are awesome , Stitcher for news and TuneIn for local radio stations. Everyone is trying to make money in the music game, so to get the most out of these services you'll wind up needing a subscription. Through the magic of YouTube, however, I found a couple of solutions that won't cost you anything except maybe your soul , and allow you to make playlists.