Our lives are on our phones these days, and while many of the most popular and useful apps will surprise no one, the sheer number of apps I rely upon in my day-to-day is much higher than I would have originally thought.
YouTube is the biggest video site in the world and a massive platform for movies, music, marketing, and misinformation. And after years of YouTube trying and failing to do what is needed, 2021 needs to be a big year for YouTube.
If you love bopping along to your favorite streaming music service all day, you're probably interested in reliving the top songs you listened to all year. Here's how to find your 2020 year in review playlists on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music Unlimited.
YouTube Music has gained a year-end playlist like Spotify Wrapped, and the inaugural mixes are rolling out to users right now. This will show you your most-played songs of 2020, a handy tool considering that YouTube Music still lacks a way to see play counts the way you could on Google Play Music (RIP).
YouTube Music isn’t just another in a long line of music services for Google; it’s coming to shake up and take over the music streaming market. Can the biggest name in streaming video overtake the biggest name in streaming music?
After years of calling the service dead, it finally happened. Google's original music service has shut down, and I believe the best way to process that grief and emotion is through another age-old musical tradition: the mixtape.
If your playlists feels a lot shorter today, chances are you're being impacted by the same bug that's plaguing many other YouTube Music users, randomly making songs unavailable on some playlists. Here's what others are seeing and a couple ways to get around it while we wait for a proper fix.