YouTube Music Key Beta is now Live – Early adapters rejoice (holidays edition 2014)

Google’s all new YouTube Music Key Beta is now live and available for most. A new subscription service that allows you to stream, ad free YouTube official and new talent fan base music videos on your Android device! Think of it as your favorite music library you love to listen to but with a face/music video! Adding background listening even with the screen off playback, offline playback (Airplanes for example), notification menu controls, and lock screen controls! You can play YouTube music offline for times you don’t have a internet connection and would like to see the music video at that time! This service is combined with the Google Play All Access music service that gives you 100% all access to every music album in Google play to date plus you can add up to 20,000 songs you already have (File size doesn’t matter)!


This new update is rolling out to early adapters of Google Play All Access music subscribers like myself priced at ($7.99) per month! Giving us all this at the same low price without a price hike, plus adding new functionality to our original subscriptions. I have tested this out on Android 4.4.4, working like a champ as you can see in the pictures provided below!

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Tip: Google Play All Access music service is now priced at ($9.99) per month, but if you get the all new YouTube Music Key Beta now, this will enables both functionality on all of your devices at the same price as early adapters of Google Play All Access at ($7.99 Sweet deal)!

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Website bios, hehe lets do this! To start I would like to say if you are reading this, thank you! I love hacking all that is Android and hope you like it the same! I started with the Viewsonic G Tablet (the first to sale the Tegra 2 mainstream in the US), lol the good old days! I started writing about Xposed frameworks in late 2013, helping people hack Android without the need for a custom rom (still love the rom community) great work guys! September 28, 2014 was the date I started writing for Bane-Tech, and happy to have meet a great friend Joshua Bane! I enjoy technology and love to update and teach people on how-to get the most out of their tech! That's me to date but subject to change Cheers all because I'm Rooting for you!!!