Did you ever dream of watching your favourite music videos without the interruption of irrelevant ads? Stop dreaming, it is happening!
YouTube is rolling out YouTube Music Key, the long-awaited ad-free monthly paid subscription service.
Also Read: YouTube Is Considering An Ad-Free Paid Subscription
YouTube Music Key is an ad-free service, but that is not all. The new service will also allow you to watch videos offline and listen to music in the background while other apps are working.
The service will not be available to everyone just now. YouTube Music Key will start as an invite-only service, available to YouTube‘s ‘biggest music fans”, who will be able to try out the beta version free-of-charge for 6 months.
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