A Google Play Music subscription gives you unlimited music streaming (audio) on your phone.
Now it seems that YouTube's global head of music Lyor Cohen has been asking the same question. Despite confirming that YouTube Red and Google Play Music will be merged into a single streaming service, there is still no word on whether the story will be the same with respect to the two apps.
Cohen made the statement during a panel discussion, where he said Google needs to merge the two services to help educate consumers and bring in new subscribers.
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YouTube Red, available in the USA, is a subscription service which offers ad-free music and video streaming. It's worth noting that it hasn't been stated whether or not the two apps would merge, but as The Verge says, it looks like it's unlikely.
Back in February, Google confirmed that the YouTube Music and Google Play Music teams were being combined, which started off rumors that the tech giant may be looking at streamlining how they offer music subscriptions. However, this change will be great when it comes to offering clear and much simpler music streaming services to consumers.
Google's music strategy has been remarkably confusing with a $9.99 monthly subscription providing access to both a library of 40 million songs in Play Music and ad-free music video playback in YouTube.
As noted earlier, YouTube's music system is very complicated and with this move, it won't be changing a lot of stuff.
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