YouTube Music and YouTube Premium have officially launched today\u00a0in 17 countries. As of today, both services are available to all in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, South Korea, Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. YouTube Music\u00a0began a soft rollout to some users\u00a0late last month, but now anyone can try it. YouTube Music is the company\u2019s new, all-encompassing\u00a0music streaming service, and it comes with both \u201ca reimagined mobile app\u201d and a new desktop interface designed specifically for music. It features traditional, album versions of songs as well as live performances, tracks from unsigned artists, remixes, covers, and more. It focuses on music discovery, and the home screen will continually serve new recommendations based upon your listening history, location, and activity. It also has intelligent search powered by machine learning, so it can understand and return the right results for queries that Spotify and Apple Music stumble on. Like other music streaming services, YouTube Music comes with free and premium tiers. The free version is ad-supported, while ad-free YouTube Music Premium is $9.99 a month and allows for background listening (for audio tracks only) and downloads. YouTube Premium is slightly higher at $11.99 per month, but it includes everything YouTube Music offers plus background listening for videos and an ad-free experience across all content on YouTube. It also includes access to YouTube Originals, which includes\u00a0Cobra Kai,\u00a0Impulse, soccer documentary\u00a0F2 Finding Football,\u00a0and\u00a0The Sidemen Show.\u00a0They\u2019re not much of a selling point right now, but\u00a0Google says options for Originals will expand in the future with \u201cbigger original series and movies,\u201d including comedies, dramas, reality series, and action-adventure shows from the UK, France, Mexico, and other countries. Anyone who already has a Google Play Music subscription in the US, Australia, New Zealand, or Mexico will get access to YouTube Premium as part of their membership. Those with Google Play Music subscriptions in other countries will get access to YouTube Music Premium at their current price as it becomes available. In an efforts to get people to switch over, YouTube is offering a limited promotion where you can try out YouTube Music for\u00a0free for three months.