New information has finally surfaced on the highly anticipated YouTube music service, making the rumored service a bit more real.
The Google-owned website has apparently leaked some screenshots detailing some of the upcoming features the premium music service will offer.
According the Android Police, the site that first featured the leaked images, the upcoming YouTube service will be called YouTube Music Key. On top of that, Google will be renaming Google Play Music All Access to Google Play Music Key.
According the screenshots, it looks like YouTube Music Key will allow for users to play videos offline, play ad-free music, and play only the audio of videos. The new functions will allow for users to turn off their phone or tablet screens and still have the music play, or simply turn off internet connections altogether and still listen to their favorite tunes.
However, all of these features will not be free. YouTube Music Key will be a cool $9.99 a month, although users can first try it out with a 30-day free trial. It is not yet known if subscribers of Google Play Music All Access will have a discounted subscription to YouTube Music Key, although it is expected that they will.
The upcoming music service will have “over 20 million high-quality tracks – complete albums, organized into artist discographies,” or so the leaked images say.
As of right now, neither Google or YouTube has made any comment on the leaked images. There is no release date attached to the images either, although it is not expected to be that soon, as Google may still have some legal issues to work out with musical artists.
To see all of the screenshots, check out the Android Police article.