YouTube hardly needs an introduction. With over 1 billion monthly visitors, its one of the biggest video sharing sites in the world. Mainly, the location where you can go and find cute kitten videos to help pass the time when you should be working instead. Soon though, you may be able to watch those cute kittens lick their kitten paws without having to also view annoying ads. Bloomberg today reported a possible subscription plan that Google might roll out as soon as the end of the year. This is not entirely out of the realm of possibility, since Google did release YouTube Music Key late last year. So far it seems to be working, so it would bode well for Google to take that winning formula and offer users the ability to be able to pay and be able to skip ads altogether. We for one hope that this plan comes to fruition so we can watch our favorite videos without the nuisance of having to wait for adds. For more information, you can head over to Bloomberg’s official report using the link.

Source: Bloomberg

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