The long awaited YouTube app that has zero ads in it will soon come to your devices. YouTube Red will be out on October 28th, seven more days if you can hold out.
UPDATE (10/22/2015): We forgot to mention yesterday that if you have a All Access subscription, YouTube Red will be included in your subscription. Also, if you don’t have either and decide to spring for YouTube Red, Google Play Music’s All Access will be included as well.
YouTube Red will allow you to watch as many videos as possible without any interruption from those frustrating ads getting in the way for the price of $9.99 per month. What’s even better is that your subscription will work across multiple devices you sign into using YouTube. That’s including signing into YouTube Gaming and a new app called YouTube Music that’ll be announced sometime today too. YouTube Red doesn’t stop there. There’s also the ability to save videos and watch them offline whether you’re using your tablet or smartphone and you can play videos in the background.
Early next year, members of YouTube Red will receive access to new/original shows and movies that were made from YouTube celebrities such as CollegeHumor, Lilly Singh, Rooster Teeth, Toby Turner, and more. You can find out more on the shows/movies by going here.
Many of you may have already heard of YouTube Music, but if not, it’s going to make listening to music easier for you by choosing a specific artist or song and the app will do the rest. This will also play in the background and offline if you would like. All I’m saying now is finally. Music that won’t stop when you tap the home button. Hopefully people stop complaining.
Unfortunately, it looks like YouTube Red is only in the states and free for the first month with access for Canada sometime in 2016, but other countries were not mentioned as to when it’ll be available.
With YouTube Red stopping all ads from being played, are you going to be spending $9.99 per month so you’re not seeing ads? Let us know by leaving your comment down below or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.Source: YouTube