Google is making plans for streamlining its music services.
According to reports The Verge, soon Google will merge YouTubeRed and google play music” to create a new streaming offering.” Music executive Lyor Cohen, last year He appointed YouTube’s first Global Head of Music, said the change amid a board session at the New Music Seminar gathering in New York subsequent to being inquired as to why YouTube Red isn’t more popular.
“The important thing is combining YouTube Red and Google Play Music, and having one offering,” he said, according to the report.”
We want to tell you that, YouTube Red is Google’s video services, but it’s paid and which lets you watch any video without ads for $10 monthly fees. It’s really good platform for people and The Google Play Music unlimited plan, is also similar to that plan. The user can watch ad-free streaming experience for the same price and enjoy videos, music. One paid subscribing service to one gives us access to the other for free.
According to news, Google’s still considering how they can combine two products and they will communicate any changes before they happen.
In conference he told the importance of music for life “Music is very important to Google and we’re evaluating how to bring together our music offerings to deliver the best possible product for our users, music partners, and artists,” it said. “Nothing will change for users today and we’ll provide plenty of notice before any changes are made.”
According to rumors, Google had made a plan for combining both services a few months ago so this news isn’t too much of a shocker and Google brought together both teams, and YouTube Music and Google Play Music teams were working into a single unit.