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Currently, there are two different subscription plans for Google Play Music and Youtube Red. By forming a new service merging both together, the users will be able to enjoy both Music and Videos from a single platform with a unified subscription. Yesterday, the companys head of music, Lyor Cohen, confirmed that YouTube Red and Google Play Music, which have to this point served as separate streaming services with overlapping qualities, will be merged into one new entity in the near future. The company is merging its two popular music streaming apps, Google Play Music and YouTube Red. The merger will result in the development of a new app that will cater to audio and video needs of users in one place. Google says the merger is necessary to entice new users to sign up. YouTube Red and Google Play Music will eventually merge to create a new service. The move comes after months of speculation following Googles decision back in February to combine its YouTube and Play Music teams. Now, Google is announcing that theyll be streamlining and concentrating their streaming services internally by merging Google Play Music with YouTubes premium paid streaming service YouTube Red to create one new streaming platform per YouTubes head of music Lyor Cohen. YouTube Red and Google Play Music will eventually merge to create a new service. The move comes after months of speculation following Googles decision back in February to combine its YouTube and Play Music teams. The details of Googles merge of Play Music and YouTube Red are still up in the air, but a combining of the apps themselves doesnt seem probable. What feels more likely is that the two brands will merge into one. This merger between Google Play Music and YouTube Red was expected. Industry experts saw it coming a mile ago.

In February, Google had merged the two teams, stating that they would work together to deliver the best possible product. Google Play Music and the ad-free YouTube Red service are set to merge in a new streaming package, according to YouTubes head of music (via The Verge). But two of Googles subscription services, YouTube Red and Google Play Music, will soon merge into one offering. The merge was confirmed during a panel session at the New Music Seminar conference in New York, by YouTubes head of music, Lyor Cohen. In efforts to make things less confusing for potential subscribers. The search giant is exploring a new streaming offering that would merge its Google Play Music and YouTube Red service that lets people stream both videos and songs, according to several media reports. Cohen said that Google Play Music will merge with YouTube Red to create a new service. He stated that this is bring in more subscribers. Google later released a statement to the Verge, stating During the New Music Seminar conference held this week in New York, Lyor Cohen, YouTubes head of music, confirmed that it would be merging its offerings with those of Google Play Music in an effort to "help educate consumers" while also growing the platforms in an attempt to bring in new subscribers. Google Play Music and YouTube Red are becoming one.

The company confirmed to The Verge it will reposition its two primary streaming services into a single offering, following a report in February that the teams behind music on Google Play and YouTube had merged. Recently, YouTubes head of music confirmed that the company is planning on merging its Google Play Music service with YouTube Red to create a new streaming offering. During a panel session for the New Music Seminar conference in New York Google has confirmed the merging of YouTube Red and Play Music and assured that subscribers wont be affected. Earlier this year it was also reported that Google has merged the teams of Play Music and YouTube Red into a single unit, which has given even more wind to this rumour. Cohen also mentioned that YouTube will also be focussing on collaborating with music labels exclusively. The search giant is exploring a new streaming offering that would merge its Google Play Music and YouTube Red service that lets people stream both videos and songs, according to several media reports. YouTubes head of music Lyor Cohen has confirmed that Google is planning to merge Google Play Music and YouTube Red into a new streaming service.Google is in the process of evaluating just how its going to go about this merger. Google has confirmed that it plans to merge its YouTube Red and Google Play Music services to create a unified music app, something that Google has evidently been planning since at least February when it merged the teams behind both the services. Google at least attempted to resolve some of this when they confirmed a YouTube Red subscription would include YouTube Music as well as Google Play Music All Access.Itspossible that the two individual applications will merge, but they want to educate the customers better so theyre able to Google says it will inform the users first before taking any action. YouTube Red isnt available worldwide. Google today confirmed that it has plans t merge both of its YouTube Red and Google Play Music services. Could you, off the top of your head, name the differences between Google Play Music, YouTube Red and YouTube Music? Do you know which one offers more songs? Do you know what the price difference is? How about the benefits of each service? If you cant answer those questions, dont worry. YouTube Red has always been a pretty neat proposition for those who have reason to use the service. For one, it gets rid of those annoying ads that play before, during, or after each video. It also lets you play those videos in the background and download them for offline viewing Google Play Music and YouTube Red will be merged to create a new streaming service, according to a report from The Verge, which Google then essentially confirmed with a statement indicating that changes are not taking place immediately. Google Play Music and YouTube Red will be merged to create a new streaming service, according to a report from The Verge, which Google then essentially confirmed with a statement indicating that changes are not taking place immediately. YouTube Red and Google Play Music are already together when it comes to inclusion in the subscription of both the services.Better to merge YouTube Music and Play Music. YouTubes head of music, Lyor Cohen, confirmed that the company is planning on merging its Google Play Music service with YouTube Red to create a new streaming offering. A comment by YouTube global music chief Lyor Cohen has all but confirmed that Google is working toward creating a single streaming offering. Lyor Cohen, YouTubes head of music, has confirmed that Google Play Music and YouTube Red will merge.Are you signed up for a Google Play Music/YouTube Red subscription? YouTubes head of music, Lyor Cohen, has confirmed that the company plans to merge its YouTube Red service and Google Play Music to create a unified music app. YouTubes head of music confirmed that the company is planning on merging its Google Play Music service with YouTube Red to create a new streaming offering. During a panel session for the New Music Seminar conference in New York According to The Verge, YouTube head of music Lyor Cohen suggested during a panel session at the New Music Seminar conference in New York this week that the two service needed to merge into one: The important thing is combining YouTube Red and Google Play Music, and having one offering Lyor Cohen, YouTubes head of music, said the video streaming platform and Googles Play Music will merge into a new music-focused service at the New Music Seminar in New York, The Verge first reported. "The important thing is combining YouTube Red and Google Play Music Indications are that YouTube Red and Google Play Music are going to merge, eventually. It makes sense, since a Google Play Music subscription gets you YouTube Red and Google Play Music will eventually merge to create a new service. The move comes after months of speculation following Googles decision back in February to combine its YouTube and Play Music teams. The streaming business is finally going to step forward with Google setting to merge YouTube Red and Google Play Music in order to create an easy subscription for users to search for tunes without any suffering or confusion. Cohen said that Google Play Music will merge with YouTube Red to create a new service. He also added that the reason behind the change is to bring in more subscribers. In a statement given to The Verge, Google later said Back in February, Google combined their YouTube and Play Music teams in order to deliver the best possible product.. That move widely suggested that Google was working on a single music service to greatly simplify their offering. Today, that merger was officially confirmed by YouTubes head of music. Google almost confirmed that it will soon merge Google Play Music and YouTube Red in an effort to integrate music and video into a single application. Lyor Cohen, YouTubes head of music, said the video streaming platform and Googles Play Music will merge into a new music-focused service at the New Music Seminar in New York, The Verge first reported. "The important thing is combining YouTube Red and Google Play Music Two of Googles subscription services, Google Play Music and YouTube Red, are expected to merge sometime in the future.

The important thing is combining YouTube Red and Google Play Music, and having one offering, Cohen said. According to a report from The Verge, YouTubes head of music Lyor Cohen stated at the New Music Seminar conference in New York last night that YouTube Red and Google Play Music should merge to make a singular, cohesive service. As noted before, Google is the parent company of Youtube and it only makes sense for the two companies to merge their streaming services. Youtube in particular was plagued with some insanely complicated features for both Youtube Red and Youtube Music. Googles music ecosystem is a bit complicated, but Im not sure if a merge would solve that. Google Play Music is a more typical music streaming service, while YouTube Music focuses on music videos/concert footage (and doesnt have ads if you pay for YouTube Red). Google has revealed plans to merge YouTube Red and Google Play Music to create a new, streamlined service. As reported by The Verge The important thing is combining YouTube Red and Google Play Music, and having one offering, Cohen told the New Music Seminar conference in New York overnight, suggesting that merging the two services will be key to boosting their combined subscribers Cohen said that Google Play Music will merge with YouTube Red to create a new service. He also added that the reason behind the change is to bring in more subscribers. In a statement given to The Verge, Google later said

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