With the rise of ad-supported music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, many music lovers have begun to rely on ad-free streaming services.
YouTube has long been known for its ability to play the music of the biggest artists, but the company has made a name for itself in recent years with a variety of ad products and even paid subscriptions for some music.
This trend will continue to grow, with YouTube Music becoming even more popular with users.
But while most ad-blocking solutions have a similar purpose, YouTube Music is something different.
Rather than simply serving up ad-heavy songs, YouTube is designed to play them in a way that feels like it is an organic part of the experience, rather than a distraction.
This can be achieved by using a custom app that allows users to “unlock” YouTube Music using a fingerprint or voice.
When a user presses the Unlock button, YouTube will play the song, even if they aren’t currently on YouTube.
While the feature is new, YouTube has already been using the Unlock feature in order to play music for users who have opted in to its paid subscription service.
That means the company is able to play a song for users in the paid service, without the need to pay for the subscription.
This has been a boon for ad-blockers who want to make sure their ads aren’t seen when users listen to their favorite music.
YouTube Music offers users the option to control whether YouTube Music plays ads or not, which is an interesting move for a company that was already working to monetize its content.
While it’s not a revolutionary feature, YouTube’s music streaming has grown into one of the most popular and accessible online services for the free music streaming market.