Google has updated its YouTube Music app to more closely integrate with the perks you get by subscribing to YouTube Red. Rather having the ability to only save mixtapes populated by your listening history, the app now lets you choose specific songs, artists, and albums to download from YouTube for listening where there is no internet like the subway, a car ride, or the middle of nowhere.

With this change, YouTube Music resembles a standalone streaming service even more. Mind you, even if you pay the $10/month for a Red subscription, you’re still getting a premium membership to Google Play Music as a bonus which is pretty great on its own. But if YouTube’s your jam, at least you have this option now.