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The launch of YouTube Red last year wasn’t an immediate “take my money” moment for me. YouTube’s first subscription service (it costs $10 per month) offers a few features that improve the viewing experience. But it also banks on a subscriber accepting new things, particularly new YouTube-y things. I eventually signed up. After a few weeks of use, I couldn’t imagine a YouTube experience without Red.
But after six months, I cancelled my subscription—and I found that going back to the old, ad-filled YouTube wasn’t that much of a shock.
What you get with Red
First, let’s take a look at the features of YouTube Red.
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