It has been rumored that YouTube are working on a music subscription service for some time, and this is only being added upon with a recent leak that was posted today, providing some more details on the service alongside some new leaked screenshots.

These leaks are coming from the tech website Android Police, who are claiming that the new service will be called YouTube Music Key, and will offer ad-free playback of music, with offline listening for songs and videos, but in an audio-only user interface.

The site also claims that the service will also allow users to toggle between apps and stream music much like Spotify.

According to the site YouTube will charge $9.99 a month in the US for this service, which is a similar pricing structure to Google Play Access, which may mean that Google will replace that service for YouTube Music Key, or join the two together.

However, with nothing official yet we don’t know anything for certain, hopefully we will find that sort of stuff out soon however.

Source: Android Police

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