YouTube Red has been available in the US, New Zealand, Australia, and Mexico for a while now. South Korea will be the fifth country to join that list, as evidenced by a new listing on Google's support page for the service.
A new report that cites "multiple sources with knowledge of the situation," says Google was been able to gain 1.5 million subscribers by the end of the summer. On top of the 1 million trial users, The Verge says Google is struggling since Tidal was able to get 2.1 million subscribers in its...
When Google launched YouTube Red, they announced a 3-month promotion to get people to try out the service.
If this was you, then be aware that tomorrow you will be charged for a month of service unless you cancel before the end of the day.
YouTube has been doing a number of things to get its subscription service up and running, but today we learn about the company's first big TV series.
Step Up is a dance movie from Lionsgate, and it will be the basis of the upcoming TV series. Only one season is confirmed for now, and it will...
If you're a YouTube Red subscriber, you are already getting a pretty sweet deal for only $10 a month. Now it seems that Google is trying to give everyone an awesome deal by giving away Chromecasts. This deal is being sent to those who just signed up for YouTube Red through the 99 cent deal...
Google launched YouTube Red in the United States back in October of last year and it's been exclusive there every since then.
Recently though, Google has added both Australia and New Zealand to their list of available locations to YouTube Red's support documents.
Joe of Android Authority takes a look at three big players in Android's online music streaming service. . .Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play Music All Access
He feels Google Play Music All Access wins because it also gives you access to YouTube Red and this alone gives the user so much more...
While it could very well be a glitch at this time(no one else is reporting it just yet), but at least one Canadian users has shown YouTube Red to be working on their device.
If true, this would be a surprising treat for Canadians who have been begging Google to bring the service to them.
Before YouTube Red, Google experimented with a service called YouTube Music Key. With the launch of YouTube Red though, these beta customers have been switched to the new service which is also supposed to come with a subscription to Google Play Music.
However, some of these users are reporting...
Emails are starting to go out to early Google Play Music subscribers regarding YouTube Red and their special $7.99 monthly price. Google says those folks will be receiving full benefits of YouTube Red, and they'll even get a free month of service.
Earlier today Google unveiled YouTube Red, an ad-free video subscription service with a bunch of extra perks thrown into the mix.
That’s not the only new addition to the YouTube family howeve, as Google is also getting ready to launch YouTube Music on October 28th, alongside Red.