YouTube Music will only allow those who pay to watch videos

 


YouTube Music will only allow those who pay to watch videos



Google has confirmed that from next November, only subscribers of the YouTube Music Premium account will be able to watch videos in the application of the said streaming platform, as only audio will be played in the free version.


Initially, the restriction will only be implemented in Canada from November 3, but Google has already announced that the measure will be gradually extended to other countries. This is a novelty in YouTube Music, which limits the experience of users of the free version, which includes ads, which now also eliminates the video part and focuses only on audio and music.


In any case, YouTube itself is still available where video content can continue to be uploaded, so it makes sense that YouTube Music limits this content to the audio part only, because on the other hand, it is necessary to distinguish between being presented to the paying user and who is using The free version of the platform. Which is that the split between using YouTube Music to play videos or songs (without video) has been an element of the continued presence of this platform.


On the other hand, this limitation also reduces the amount of data consumed, so those who use YouTube Music in its free version only to listen to music will see an improvement in the consumption of their data plans from mobile connections.


Against this limitation, Google has announced good news about the use of the free version of YouTube Music, as from November 3 it will also allow music to play in the background, something that has so far been available only to users of the Premium version of the app and this makes it easy to continue listening to their favorite music while performing other tasks on the mobile device.

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