Friday, October 23, 2015

Get YouTube Red free one-month trial

Google recently promotes a new offering - YouTube Red, allowing viewers watch ad-free videos, save videos to watch offline, and keep videos running in the background while they use other apps or power down their screen, all for $9.99 per month. YouTube Red will be available for purchase on October 28th, starting in the US, with other countries to follow "soon." You can take the program for a one-month test drive, free of charge. For viewers living outside of United States, use a USA VPN to get the service.

YouTube Red

YouTube brings YouTube Red and our YouTube Music. YouTube viewers can opt out of the latter and into the former. Let you save videos to watch offline on your phone or tablet and keep videos running in the background in the background. Means you can listen to a video while chatting with others or checking emails. The new service replaces Google Music Key and gives user a simple way to instantly watch or listen to YouTube video and Play Music content on-demand.

Much like Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime Instant Video reserve their original series for paid subscribers, so too will YouTube Red. YouTube is creating a bunch of new "Original" series that you can only watch behind the paywall.

Except ad-free YouTube, you will also get access to two music services: Google Play's unlimited streaming service and YouTube Music. Youtube Music is an upcoming project from YouTube that will put music front and center. If you have Red, Youtube Music will let you toggle seamlessly between video or audio only on a stream and create offline playlists. You will get two streaming services for the same price Spotify or Apple Music charge for one without video. 

For now, at least, YouTube Red and YouTube Music will only be available in America. YouTube Red Originals will start rolling out to the service early next year, and the YouTube Music app will be out "soon." If you want to give this all a try before putting down cash, US viewers will get a free one-month trial. Viewers outside of US can resort to VPN to get an American IP address.

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