The much-anticipated music subscription service from Google-owned YouTube is reportedly unlikely to be launched this year.
The video service was scheduled to launch the paid subscription service this year, however, as sources revealed the company isn’t satisfied with the product and needs more time to prepare it for a launch in the next year.
According to AllThingsD, YouTube needs to chalk out the best way to integrate user-generated content, like lipsyncs and mashups, along with conventional recordings and videos before officially releasing the paid service.
Meanwhile, the tweaked commenting system has put off a lot of users who find it annoying to sign up for the Google+ account in order to comment on their favourite videos.
Google’s recently launched its ‘All Access’ service for Android unit, which offers unlimited, on-demand streaming on PCs, phones and laptops for 10 dollars-a-month, similar to Spotify, the report added.