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YouTube Music Allows The Downloading of Entire Playlists

YouTube is known for having pretty much any kind of music you need, regardless of the genre: rock, pop, dance, metal, punk, hip-hop, country, indie, and so on. A special related YouTube service has replaced Google Play Music: known as YouTube Music, its developers seem to be constantly focused on improving it.

Download uploaded songs contained in playlists is easy now on YouTube Music if you’re a free user.

Feel free to listen offline

All you need to do is basically to be a free user and have a playlist of your favorite songs created. You’ll now have the chance to download the uploaded songs along with the entire playlist and enjoy them offline anytime you want. There’s no need to download each track one by one, which is a lot more comfortable. Not to mention that carrying around your favorite songs and albums can be a lot more convenient than to stay connected to an internet network for getting to listen to music.

Launched five years ago, YouTube Music is currently available in 95 countries: mostly in Europe, the Americas, and Oceania, as well as parts of Asia and Africa.

Listen ad-free

Listening to your favorite songs via YouTube Music even gets you rid of those annoying ads that you normally see on the famous streaming service. Of course, this will cost you about $5 as the Premium version is activated, but you can cancel anytime and the service will even remind you seven days before the trial period ends. Therefore, you’re also free to try the service for free during a whole month.

YouTube Music is clearly an evolution made by Google from its Play Music service, and the first is available for various platforms: Android, Amazon Alexa, Google Nest, Android Auto, Android TV, Sonos, and even the old rival iOS.

About Patricia W. Vandoren

Patricia W. Vandoren started working with the team at Feed Ride as a content writer with knack for news from different parts of the world expanding over various verticals. Now she detects potential tech trends and worthy subjects.

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