YouTube Music, the music streaming service from the tech giant, is now available in the Philippines. The service made its debut abroad back in 2018.

The new YouTube Music is its own service that’s separated from the company’s most popular video-sharing app. It has its own dedicated app for both iOS and Android. While those on Macs and Windows PCs can visit the YouTube Music website.


Just like most streaming services, like Spotify, YouTube Music lets you access any songs, live performances, remixes albums, and artists that you like.

To set it apart, it features one of Google’s best assets: You can search content by typing the lyrics or describe the song itself. So you can find that music you’ve heard somewhere and made you LSS for days.


The app will also give you suggestions on new music that you might haven’t heard before, which will all be curated based on your taste.

As per YouTube, their catalog will house tons of music from tons of popular, and even rising artists. It will feature artists from tons of artists from different countries, especially our OPM makers here in the Philippines.

See also: Spotify Lite now available on Google Play

Now, let’s talk about the price. YouTube Music individual account will cost Php129/mo here in the Philippines. While a 5-member family account is priced at Php199/mo. A free 1-month trial is available so you can check it out first before committing. YouTube Music accepts debit/credit cards or PayPal as a mode of payment.

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