YouTube Users May Have To Pay in 2016
Seems like the days of Youtube’s happy, free, streaming could be coming to an end. Multiple sources have reported that the world’s largest video-sharing website is reportedly going to launch two separate subscription services before 2015 is over.
Youtube’s Music Key is the only service to be officially announced so far, with the second one still unknown. You can get the Music Key subscription starting at $7.99 a month for beta test users and $9.99 for regular users, which will supposedly allow you to watch and listen high-quality videos without advertisements. The second service, which is yet to be announced, is rumored to allow YouTube users to essentially download any video they like.
Is this the end of free streaming as we know it? Does this mean that users using the free streaming service won’t have access to HD videos or perhaps, they won’t be able to watch the full length of the video? We’ll soon find out.