No more pauses between songs on YouTube with gapless playback

You’re one among many if you hate that awkward pause of silence that breaks the flow of music between tracks but YouTube are fixing that.

If you’re like me, nothing ruins a listen of an album or breaks up the party more than that annoying pause and buffer between songs when you’re streaming. Would you believe that it still happens on music streaming services? Thankfully it will no longer happen on YouTube Music.

Subscribers to YouTube’s music platform, YouTube Music, will have seamless listening when they’re streaming music. They’ve added gapless music playback for everyone so that when you move from track to track uninterrupted.

Some users say that the feature has been available to them since October. Now YouTube Music has joined Spotify and Google Play Music, offering gapless playback for everyone listening on their platform.

This is one amongst many features that users have been calling out for since the launch of YouTube Music. The service separated all of the music content on YouTube into it’s own place dedicated to a music streaming experience, but lacked many of the features that make up modern streaming services.

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