Google is pushing YouTube Music to users' devices with great vigor. Your most recent measure of encouraging use of the service is to include the application in Google Apps, also known as GApps. This is the set of apps that Google always includes preinstalled on Android phones.
Therefore, all mobile phones launched from now on with Android Pie or the new Android 10 will have YouTube Music preinstalled. GApps includes Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive, Google Maps, and many more from the Mountain View company.
YouTube Music Interface
YouTube Music is Google's bet on streaming music
Like Spotify, Apple Music, or Deezer, YouTube Music lets you stream music. It is important to note that this service is not YouTube Red, which removes ads on videos and allows them to be stored offline.
In Portugal, YouTube Music has a subscription price of € 6.99 with family or student plans. If you use free YouTube Music, the app is very limited as it has ads and does not allow offline or offline playback.
YouTube Music will replace Google Play Music eventually
Google Play Music is the company's next service to go to Google's famous 'graveyard', joining Inbox and Google+. YouTube Music will be your obvious replacement as a music player by definition on Android and its future versions.
However, YouTube Music is not yet as complete as its predecessor. For example, YouTube Music cannot currently read and play music stored on your device. Google will likely include this option as soon as it completely delays Google Play Music.
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