With the chronicle of death announced from Google Play MusicGoogle has been trying to fill in the gaps left by the company’s previous favorite music application for some time, in favor of the newcomer: YouTube Music. For much of 2020, YouTube Music has gained functionality for free users. The last one comes at the wheel: YouTube Music on Android Auto can now play your uploaded tracks to your bookstore.
If YouTube Music started to turn on the tap at the beginning of the month the music uploaded, by allowing users to reproduce it for free on connected devices, now the novelty extends to YouTube Music on Android Auto. This is already possible with the latest update of the mobile application, thus solving one of the major omissions for users who came from Google Play Music.
Free YouTube Music in the car
YouTube Music has been available for some time as an application optimized for Android Auto, although since its inception focused on Premium users: if you paid for the subscription, you could access all the music on the service and the playlists that you had saved in the cloud. If not, you should find another music player.
After the latest changes, YouTube Music on Android Auto gains in functionality for all users, whether they have a Premium subscription or not. To begin with, with the latest version of the application it is already possible play the songs you have uploaded manually to your library.
Thus, free YouTube Music users can listen to both the music saved on the connected mobile and those songs that have been uploaded to the service, leaving out the reproduction of music from the YouTube Music library and radios.
The uploaded songs can be found in the section Library / Songs of the YouTube Music app on Android Auto, as well as being able to ask the Google Assistant by voice to play songs and playlists of uploaded songs.
Via | 9to5Google
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