Google is rumored to be working on some big changes to its music subscription program for Google Play Music All Access as well as for YouTube. Under a new YouTube Music Key program, Google is slated to roll out a new music streaming program that will also see its current Google Play Music All Access Access get rebadged to Google Play Music Key as well, aligning both products.
The program is said to be priced at around $9.99 per month after a 30-day free trial offer and includes both YouTube Music Key as well as Google Play Music Key. The program includes offline playback and also content such as concert footage, covers, and remixes, according to a report on Android Police. Additionally, Music Key will also bring recommendations on what to watch or listen to next.
Yet, despite this leaked and rumored information, the publication confesses that it doesn't "know when this service is set to launch."
Are you a Google Play Music All Access subscriber, and if so, does this new program look attractive to you? Given Apple's investment into Beats Music, Amazon's Prime Music, T-Mobile's un-carrier Rhapsody launch, and Samsung's Milk Music, what options are you most interested in when it comes to a paid subscription music service?
Source: Android Police