Difference Between YouTube Premium YouTube Music Premium

Google recently launched YouTube Music Premium and YouTube Premium, two services that, while they share many benefits, are distinct.

YouTube Music Premium

YouTube Music Premium is positioned as a “counter” to Spotify or Apple Music, but with a visual component: video clips, acoustics, live shows, and any other audiovisual content. There is a free version and a paid version, the latter of which has no annoying advertisements. It also has an app that allows users to find new artists, albums, live performances, and remixes based on their preferences by searching for lyrics or describing the song.

Another benefit of YouTube Music Premium over the free version is that you can listen to music in the background. That is, the music does not stop if you want to use another app on the phone or lock the screen. On the other hand, it allows you to download songs if you don’t have access to the Internet or want to save data.

YouTube Premium

YouTube Premium, on the other hand, includes all of the benefits of YouTube Music Premium, as well as the ability to download songs and videos to listen to offline and playback in the background. It also gives users access to YouTube Originals, where they can watch original series and movies from the platform; YouTube Gaming; and, finally, YouTube Kids, where they can watch exclusive children’s content. Another benefit of YouTube Premium is that it includes free access to Google Play Music in many countries.

How Much They Cost?

YouTube Music: The price is $7 per month (individual account) and $10 per month (family account, up to five users).

YouTube Premium: It costs $7.5 per month (individual account, one month free trial) and $12 for the YouTube Premium family sharing account, also with one month free trial.

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