One of the biggest reasons to subscribe to YouTube Red is to get a subscription to YouTube Music, which has allowed users to listen to some music offline for some time, however, it has only done so through the offline mixtape feature of the app, which automatically populates itself with offline music to listen to based on your existing listening history.

This is a handy feature, however, it didn’t give you a way to control what you are able to listen to.

Today Google and YouTube updated that app with some more offline listening capabilities, allowing users to choose specific songs, albums, and playlists to save for offline listening.

To do that in the app you simply need to find the song, album or playlist that you want to save, tap the menu icon that is marked by three songs and then hit the ‘Save Offline’ button.

You can then choose to save an SD video or a HD video from the pop-up.

On an iOS device, you can also just swipe left on a song and then hit ‘Offline’ to save a playlist for offline playback.

To access this offline music from any device you need to hit your profile photo and then select ‘Offline’.

You can access all of this by updating your YouTube Music app on iOS or Android today. You can do that via the links below.

The app was not found in the store. 🙁
YouTube Music
YouTube Music
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

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