Music bears the popular title of ‘The Universal Language.’ This is because everybody can appreciate it in one form or another. It has also been known to unify different groups of people for one event; the Olympics being one of the most popular examples.
The mass appeal of music has led to the creation of a variety of streaming apps. In the content below are some of the most popular. A basic overview of each is given to help guide users to the one most suitable for their personal needs.
Spotify – One of the largest online music platforms, it offers a tiered service, from free to premium. Customers with a paid subscription allow users to download music and play offline. Spotify also makes it easy for you to access what other people you know are listening to.
Pandora – As a free app Pandora provides the option of streaming various radio stations. The app plays a selection of music in a genre that has been chosen by the user. They are then encouraged to provide feedback, which helps to create the most appropriate playlist for each person.
Sony Music Unlimited – Advertised as Playstation meets Spotify; Sony users are now able to have a tight integration of music on their tablet, console (PlayStation), smartphone or tv. With millions of songs on demand, this is an app that regular gamers will be sure to love.
Mixcloud – A free app allowing you to have access to radio shows, podcasts and DJ mixes from a variety of devices. By syncing all your devices with your play queue and feed, Mixcloud facilitates always continuing from where you left off.
Deezer – An introduction to this platform comes with a free 30-day trial, after which there is a monthly subscription cost. Providing one of the biggest digital music libraries available for streaming, Deezer allows you to listen to music both on and offline. Sharing your personal preferences with others is another great service that can be accessed here.
Soundcloud – What differentiates this app from many others is that users have the option of creating and sharing their music publicly or privately. Creators can even post links for others to buy their product after listening.
Slacker Radio – This platform is very similar to Pandora with a balance of music, news and talks from a selection of DJs. Sporting a larger music selection as well as a more contemporary design, Slacker Radio is well known for allowing users to create and share their own music stations.
Tunein Radio – From this app, users are able to listen to traditional music stations online. Also included is a selection of live talk shows and podcasts.
Milq – An ideal platform for posting and sharing your content. In addition to music, Milq has a variety of other media, which can be streamed and added to a playlist. With a library, that includes film, books, art and so much more, it is guaranteed to have something for everyone.
As ‘The Universal Language,’ music will always be influential in the world, and we can all benefit from connecting with it. Hopefully, the apps listed have provided some great options for you to do so.