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How to use Youtube music in India

It’s sad that most of the things first get launched in the US and other neighboring countries and we Indians are left out. Just like the case of Netflix and Spotify. But today in this article we are going to focus on Youtube Music

Update 20 March: Youtube Music is now available in India and you can download from the playstore.

What is Youtube Music?

YouTube Music is a music streaming service developed by YouTube; it provides a tailored interface for the service-oriented towards music streaming, allowing users to browse through music videos on YouTube based on genres, playlists, and recommendations.

Steps To Follow:-

  • Download the Youtube Music APK. You can get the APK file from HERE
  • Open the app you can use Youtube Music but the free version will contain ads and you can’t be able to download the music offline.
  • You can subscribe for a trial version for 3 months after that you have to pay ₹99.00/month.

Youtube Music Premium

Aditya Singh
Hi, I’m Aditya Singh. The Co-Founder of this blog AndroidHire. I’m Part-Time blogger, and digital marketer. If you want to contribute then you can contact us at contact@androidhire.com

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