YouTube Music Key

Last week, we found out that YouTube’s new music streaming service dubbed YouTube Music Key would be accessible to Google Play Music subscribers, however the company didn’t provide an exact date. Today, via Google Play’s official Twitter account, the search giant announced that the service is now available to Music customers at no additional charge.

Regularly priced at $10 per month, YouTube’s Music Key streaming service offers ad-free music playback, with offline support and video viewing. Paired with Google Play Music, the services grants access to over 30 million songs from a near-endless number of recording artists under just about every genre imaginable.

If you’re currently a Google Music subscriber and you’re looking to add videos to your repertoire, head on over to the source link below to sign up.

(via Google Play)

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