Looking to compete with Spotify, Apple Music, Napster, and Tidal.
On next May 22th, YouTube Music will update to improve the user’s experience.
A series of new functions are set to be delivered, including a platform desk and mobile for its clients, containing both, audio and video, playing algorithmic tracklists.
The streaming service will be launched with two versions: a free one which includes adds, and a premium version that’ll cost 9,99$ per month. Both will be available on United States, Australia, Mexico, New Zealand, South Korea, and soon in 14 countries not-yet confirmed.