Is it possible to stream music on two devices at the same time with a YouTube Music Premium subscription?
YouTube Music is available on a plethora of Android, iOS, desktop, smart TV and Google-enabled smart devices, but can I stream music on more than one device at a time? With an standard YouTube Music Premium or YouTube Premium account you can sign-in and use the offline feature on up to 10 devices at a time, however you can only stream music-related videos on one device at a time. If you start streaming music on a second device, the first will pause. This is to stop multiple users sharing one account.
YouTube Music is the streaming service from the online video platform. There is a understandably a heavy focus on music videos, but all of the other usual features we’ve come to expect from a decent music streaming service are there such as tailored mixes to your tastes. You can even upload up to 100,000 of your own songs to the cloud for access to your library on-the-go. Sign up for a Premium account for ad-free, offline and background listening. Music Premium is free for your first month, then $9.99 per month.
If you need access to YouTube Music on multiple accounts at the same time, YouTube also offer a family plan for up to 6 users, with each family member getting their own personalized feed. Music Premium Family accounts are $14.99 per month.
YouTube Music is also included for free with YouTube Premium. YouTube Premium is $11.99 per month for ad-free, offline and background videos. Get 6 profiles with YouTube Premium Family for $17.99 per month.
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