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Youtube Music Latest Update Will Allow You To Tune Equalizer Within The App

 Youtube Music recently got a new update. The Youtube Music Latest Update has brought a new menu with EQ Adjustments.

Youtube Music Latest Update Will Allow You To Tune Equalizer Within The App

The Youtube Music 2.59 Version is quite similar to the equalizer found in the Google Play Music app. It will now allow the users to tune the equalizer within the Youtube Music App. You can now select from 12 presets available. In addition to that, you can customize five range sliders.  However, according to the latest reports, this update is rolling out per user basis as we haven’t seen this update in any of our Android or iOS Youtube Music App.

Youtube Music Latest Update Brings EQ Adjustments

According to some previous reports, YouTube Music Premium is now live in seven new countries. The service originally launched back in November 2014 as Music Key. Furthermore, it was then revised and relaunched as YouTube Red. YouTube Premium provides users access to advertisement-free video streaming. It is the paid streaming subscription service. Chile, Colombia, Japan, Peru, Portugal, Switzerland, and Ukraine are the seven new countries who got YouTube Music Premium.
YouTube Premium adds Music Premium but it also includes the full YouTube experience while adding background and offline playback with an original series of exclusive YouTube. Moreover, the subscription cost is roughly Rs. 860 per month. Furthermore, Premium version provides advertising-free streaming of all videos hosted by YouTube, exclusive original content produced in collaboration with the site’s major creators, as well as offline playback and background playback of videos on mobile devices.

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