YouTube Music launches in 12 more countries
YouTube dispatches its music gushing administration to 12 new nations and its excellent music video benefit over the greater part of its 17 markets.
YouTube Music was at that point accessible in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, and South Korea. The new markets are Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.
The advertisement upheld and paid renditions of YouTube Music were acquainted in May with supplant Google Play Music. The paid rendition costs $9.99/month in the US or $14.99/month for a family design.
YouTube Premium, some time ago YouTube Red, offers music with recordings. The administration costs $11.99/month or $17.99/month for a family design.
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The full list of countries to get YouTube Music are as follows:
- The United Kingdom
In addition, anyone in these countries can sign up to YouTube Premium — the company’s ad-free service, which includes access to the site’s original content catalog.
YouTube has also said that anyone in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, and South Korea can sign to YouTube Music. The company had launched YouTube Music in these territories previously, albeit in an invite-only form (although, for what it’s worth, it didn’t take long for people who had registered their interest in the service to get an invite).