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YouTube Music will now let you download music on its desktop website


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Credit: Joe Hindy / Android Authority

YouTube Music now lets you download songs and podcasts for offline listening within its web app.
This feature brings the web version in line with the mobile app, offering greater convenience for users.

YouTube Music, Google’s dedicated music streaming service, is making offline listening more accessible with the rollout of offline downloads for its web app. This welcome feature brings the website in line with its mobile app counterpart, allowing users to save songs and playlists for enjoyment even without an internet connection (h/t 9to5Google).

YouTube has been testing this feature out for a while now, but it seems to have gained wider availability as of March 29th. While the feature isn’t showing for everyone yet, some users are being greeted with a “New! Download music to listen offline” message beside their Library tab.


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