Google has just confirmed that two of its most popular
streaming services will be merged to provide a single, more advanced
experience. While this isn’t the first time that we hear about a possible
merger between Google Play Music and YouTube Red, it’s the first time that an
official confirmed the information.
Google Play Music and YouTube Red merger to form a new streaming service

Google Lyor Cohen alleged during a panel session at the New
Music Seminar conference in New York that his firm has to fuse these two
services in order to educate consumers and increase the number of subscribers.
According to Cohen, Google thinks combining YouTube Red and
Google Play Music services of utmost importance, and offers consumers with one
offering. For now, Google is in the process of assessing how these two services
can be merged to provide customers with a better experience than ever before.

Music is very
important to Google and were evaluating how to bring together our music
offerings to deliver the best possible product for our users, music partners
and artists. Nothing will change for users today and well provide plenty of
notice before any changes are made.

It remains to be seen when the merger will happen, but one
thing is clear: it will not affect customers who use either of the two
services.

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