Good news for those who listen to music on YouTube.
The services will both play music without ads and will offer an audio-only option so you can listen to music in the background while running other apps, or if you are offline. Both services will also run a 30-day free trial subscription and after that will charge $10 per month. Google has yet to release details of what current Google Music All Access subscribers will be charged.
Music Key already has more than 20 million songs in its database and will also offer its subscribers full albums and discographies as well as exclusive concert footage, remixes and covers.
No word on an official release date yet, so be sure to stay in tune with what's Happening Now for all the details as they emerge.