YouTube announced on Wednesday that it is launching an ad-free subscription music service called YouTube Music Key for both desktop and mobile.
On top of being ad-free, YouTube Music Key will let you to play music on your phone while using other apps and listen offline.
The service will cost $7.99 a month to start, but the price will eventually go up to $9.99 a month, YouTube says. With that, you'll also get a subscription to Google Play Music (formerly Google Play Music All Access). If you sign up while it's still in beta, your first six months are free.
Spotify Premium costs $9.99 a month, if you were wondering.
Unlike Spotify, YouTube Music Key will have a few Taylor Swift songs. Right now, you can listen to "Shake It Off" and "Blank Space" on YouTube.
Starting Wednesday, YouTube also will have a dedicated tab for music both on desktop and on the app for Android and iOS. Here's what the app's music section looks like:
The updated YouTube app is coming out on Android on Monday, and the iOS app will follow "soon," The Verge reports.