However, not all upcoming albums have been added to the library for pre-saving. While Neck Deep’s upcoming album, All Distortions Are Intentional, is visible and available to pre-save, Lady Gaga’s Chromatica is not. More pre-release albums will likely become visible as news of the new feature spreads.
Since its launch in 2018, YouTube Music has been positioned as the eventual successor to Google Play Music, which is set to shut down at some point this year. Google recently rolled out a comprehensive transition tool that allows Play Music users to transition their music libraries to YouTube Music, one of many new features added over the last year. The new pre-save feature brings the app closer to par with competitors like Spotify and Apple Music, both of which have let users pre-save albums for a long time now.
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