Google’s ad-free music subscription service revealed?


Google’s long rumoured music subscription service may be called 'YouTube Music Key', offering ad-free tracks for $9.99 a month, according to a report.

Android Police is reporting that the service will give users the ability to save songs and videos for offline listening, and an audio-only interface for multitasking or want to have music on in the background.

The service sounds similar to Google's existing 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, Android Police reports.

YouTube, which already offers the largest ad-supported music streaming service in the world (albeit on a platform designed for video first).

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