Music Key by YouTube

A new way to enjoy music (beta signup)

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
YouTube just announced their $7.99/month ad-free subscription service. Add another a-la-carte plan to add your monthly Spotify, Netflix, etc. budget. I'm curious how much of total video plays/time spent on YouTube is from music. I know many people default their music search to YouTube, over Spotify and other services dedicated to music streaming.
Gordon Tindall
Gordon Tindall@_gordee · Design | @Kamcord
@rrhoover I pretty much only use youtube now to listen to music. For some reason its just easier to run an extra chrome tab or use an extension than to have a separate account on yet another service.
aj
aj@ajlkn · Maker of stuff.
@_gordee @rrhoover Same here, mostly for the rare/live stuff nobody else has.
Mike Coutermarsh
Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ GitHub
I'd love if they did this for all videos. I'd pay to never see youtube ads.
Jonathan Kupferman
Jonathan Kupferman@jkupferman · Developer of Gifs
This has been in the works for quite a while, so it's surprising that they're doing a private beta. Seems to be Googles go-to move for generating buzz with new products (see Inbox). As far as pricing: "For the first six months, access will be free and then go up to $7.99. The charge will be $9.99 for people who are not invited but sign up next year."
Nate Desmond
Nate DesmondMaker@natedesmond · Marketer
Super excited to have this finally launched! I've been using in alpha for a while, and listening to music without ads is amazing.
Kartik Parija
Kartik Parija@kartikparija · Cofounder @AdoriLabs, Reimagining Audio
This is fantastic! Thanks for PH to alert us on the beta signup. This is finally hitting the market. In terms of market share, I have read a lot of numbers about how they are the biggest in the music business. Makes sense that they deliver the audio part only. Saves a ton of bandwidth for them too. They also have great positioning. See Adele's manager Jonathan Dickins recent comments about perception of youtube vs spotify: “On the one hand, labels are trumpeting YouTube as a marketing tool: 10 million views on YouTube and it’s a marketing stroke of genius. But on the other hand they’re looking at 10 million streams on Spotify and saying that’s x amount of lost sales.” http://www.theguardian.com/techn... This is gonna be big!