YouTube Music Adds Some New Features To Improve TV Experience

YouTube Music Adds Some New Features To Improve TV Experience

So, you still have time to transfer all your favorite music collection to YouTube Music as soon as possible. It's a queue option that shows up when playing a song on YouTube Music both on Android Auto and when streaming music to the car's speakers via Bluetooth. The announcement was made by Google on the Google Play Music store's webpage.

Google is going all-in on YouTube Music as it prepares to completely shut down Google Play Music by the end of the year. Users will lose access to the Google Play Music store by the end of the year.

Folks, if you needed to pay for an album on Google Play Music of all services (I'm loling as I type that), you can no longer do that.

A new and improved playback feature will have an interface which now includes information like the song and artist name. Users can upload songs to their YouTube Music library from a computer and access them on TV. YouTube Music, meanwhile, is rolling out new features to enhance the app's experience on TVs, including Chromecast with Google TV and Android TV OS.

And it looks like the search company has finally started focusing more on the Android Auto side of YouTube Music, as it has recently released a new feature for drivers.

In the absence of online music services, when internet users wanted to - legally - listen to music on their own device, they had to purchase the music from services such as iTunes or Google Play Music. Notably, the launch of the YouTube Music app on the Apple Watch comes ahead of a launch on the Wear OS by Google wearable platform.

Google Takeout allows a user to download his previously bought music from Google Play uploaded list, your reviews, and your music playlist.

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