Google has officially confirmed previously-rumored plans to revamp its existing music and streaming services, announcing the launch of YouTube Music and YouTube Music Premium.
Google Play Music
Google is working to combine YouTube Red and Google Play Music as a single streaming service, a comment by YouTube global music chief Lyor Cohen all but confirms.
Some under-the-hood capabilities will eventually bring the kind of customization that you would expect from a dedicated music streaming app.
You may only notice the new play buttons on lists, but the latest code has references several upcoming features.
Google has built a top-notch music service, though you have to know where everything is to get the best experience.
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