Google’s music apps have reportedly passed 15 million subscribers

Between YouTube Music and Google Play Music, Google has now exceeded 15 million subscribers, according to Bloomberg . The report notes that free / promotional tests are included in that total. Like its two biggest competitors, YouTube Music charges $ 9.99 per month for a subscription, with a family plan of six people at a price of $ 14.99.

By way of comparison, Spotify recently passed 100 million paying customers worldwide, with Apple accounting for more than 50 million. In the United States, specifically, it is said that Apple Music outperformed Spotify in the number of subscribers. Google's total is far behind the two largest rivals, but it still shows that the company is managing to fight, and it's better than Pandora, which is just under 7 million subscribers.

Google has made it clear that YouTube Music is the future of its premium music subscription efforts; The company has said that it will eliminate the old Google Play Music service once YouTube Music replicates all its functions and launches in the same territories.

However, the YouTube music team has crawled to the promises of bringing that functionality. Playlists and Google Play Music user charges are not found anywhere, despite promises that they will be migrated. Recently, the application added the ability to play local files on Android, so it is progressing, but has been very slow.

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