In this age of music, TV and films being available a second after midnight on any device in your home, having a media store that’s late isn’t just a disservice to customers: it’s an open invitation to piracy.
Whether you look at YouTube Music as three years or just six months old, one thing is clear: this product isn't finished yet, is filled with issues and is incredibly frustrating to use on a daily basis.
Music subscriptions can set the soundtrack to your life. You want the best banging tunes for your buck is important, but can Amazon Music Unlimited's discounts compete with YouTube Music's shiny new algorithms & endless library?
Google’s newest music service has a lot of catching up to do before it can really start competing — or before it can start migrating users over from Google Play Music. Here’s a quick look at that progress.
There are a lot of things that YouTube Music needs to fix, from some clunky offline transitions to lackluster library management to a host of FUD surrounding the "new" service and its rollout. But this longtime YouTube problem should top the list.
Google’s old music service vs. Google’s new music service
YouTube Music is a new service with a lot to explore, a lot to enjoy, and a whole lot of things to fix. While we can't fix YouTube Music ourselves, here are some tricks to help you make the most of it.