YouTube Music Present in South Africa

Kemarin mp3 is For music lovers, regular Youtube is certainly not satisfying their musical desires. Now with Youtube Music, they can get the latest music streaming services complete with videos, official albums, live shows, album covers, and music. Especially in South Africa, premium services are available at a price of 59.99 rand per month. Or a family package of 89.99 rand per month equivalent to Rp.89,075.

Through Youtube Music, fans can enjoy the latest music with free advertising. If you don’t want to be bothered by advertisements, there are premium services. You can try this service for free for three months.

There are a number of features that can be enjoyed, such as the mixtape offline feature. Where users can listen to songs even without an internet network.

“The home screen is able to adapt dynamically to provide recommendations based on what you played before. No matter where the user is, and whatever the user is doing, there are thousands of popular new music playlists that match any genre, mood or activity. No connection the internet is also not a problem, “explained Google SA Marketing Head Asha Patel as reported by the South African online media, IOL, Thursday (3/14).

There is also a smart search feature, which helps users find songs even if they don’t know the song title. Users can search descriptions, lyrics, and emojis to find the desired track. This search is available in most languages, including native South African languages ​​such as isiZulu and isiXhosa.

Youtube Music is also integrated with Google Play Music. So that Google Play Music customers will automatically get access to Youtube Music Premium

“Google Play Music customers will automatically receive access to YouTube Music Premium at the current price. Nothing has changed with Google Play Music, customers can still access all the music you buy, upload, and playlist on Google Play Music as usual, “he added.

The Youtube Music application can be downloaded from the Play Store and App Store. Users can also access the web player at and register for YouTube Premium on (M-3)