A subscription to YouTube Premium (formerly known as YouTube Red) gets you ad-free video and music streaming on mobile devices, desktop computers, Roku, and more. It also gives you background play and offline downloads on YouTube Music, a feature that doesn’t exist on the free ad-supported version of the site.
YouTube Premium also comes with original content from creators like Lilly Singh and Rooster Teeth, giving you the chance to support the artists you watch. It also allows you to listen to music offline, something that’s hard to do with ad-supported services like Spotify.
Ultimately, however, it’s up to you whether or not the features are worth the price. If supporting the creators you watch is important to you, then yes, it’s definitely worth it. But for those who prefer to have a more hands-off experience, there are alternatives that might be better.
For example, the annual plan of Spotify costs a bit more than YouTube Premium and offers a similar feature set for less money. The same is true of other streaming services, like Netflix and Apple TV+, which are now offering annual plans at a discount to encourage people to commit for the long haul.
You can get a year of YouTube Premium for just under $12, a good deal when compared to the monthly rate of the current service. But be aware that the pricing varies by country significantly. If you’re thinking of signing up, check with your carrier or phone manufacturer to see if they offer a special deal. اشتراك يوتيوب بريميوم سنة