YouTube Music now lets you add albums to your library before they come out.
YouTube Music now lets users save albums before they come out. Reddit users posted about the new feature in a thread on Monday, noting that the track lists for unreleased albums are now visible and available for saving to users’ libraries.
One user noted that Neck Deep’s upcoming album, All Distortions Are Intentional, for instance, shows up in the YouTube Music app with the option to save it to the user’s library. Songs that haven’t been released yet are greyed out, while others are available to play and download.
YouTube didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment on the feature, but we’re seeing it in our apps too.
The new pre-saving feature aligns with those already available on other music streaming platforms like Spotify.
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