Music Streaming Sites
In this Music site review list, we’re going to look at top 10 U.S music streaming sites exactly.Music from Encarta dictionary describes music as a sound or group of sounds that creates a desired effect. In other words, life without music is just like a train without an engine. But the question is; where do I find my desired music? We normally grope around in stores to find physical records, discs, and tapes; and not long ago, we had to pay a certain amount for a single album. Nowadays, you can sit anywhere and stream just about any song you want for less than $10 a month.
So quickly let’s start with;
Music discovery is the name of the game for Pandora. Select a start point and then type in exactly what and it should show you music that will blow your mind. It has an expansive set of music, but the algorithm is pretty smart.
Spotify has a very great lot going for it. There’s a lively community, easy social media, sharing radio stations, and a huge range of playlists to find out.
There is a big list of tracks on Google’s Play Music All Access service, but you can only get a free trial for a month. You can create custom radio stations and play whatever you want on-demand. It also allows you to upload up to 20,000 of your own tracks for free, and they’ll then be accessible from the cloud, this will make it easy to upload an iTunes collection.
Google Play Music Screens
Apple offers a group of free radio stations for Apple devices only. You can make a choice of DJ-curated stations, modify stations, and create your own. You are limited to six track skips per hour per station. You will also have to put up with adverts if you want to get that music for free.
This is basically the most wanted music streaming service that has yet to commence in the States, but it will soon be lunched. It is made up of apps for Android iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and more platforms, but you can’t use the mobile apps with a free “Discovery” account. You get a year’s unlimited playback that’s ad-supported, but after that you’ll need to subscribe or have the limit cut to two hours per month. Its features include; radio stations, playlists, and social media built-in.
Here, you can access 20 million songs for free on your computer in the U.S. or Australia, but you will be limited to adverts. On mobile apps you’ll be limited to radio stations, so you can’t get on-demand songs or playlists like the way you do on computer. Additionally there is also a limit of six skips per hour. If you want to try the ad-free unlimited version (with 30 million songs) you can get a 14-day free trial of it.
Related: How to activate your Netflix Account
However, there’s a big collection of songs, curated playlists, and a system of filters to find the right music for your state of mind and your taste as well. You’ll also find social media addition and offline support, but the free trail is limited to just two weeks. the website is powered by Apple
This is another radio service with a broad range of mobile apps. The free account gives you right of entry to curated stations with more than 10 million tracks in total, but you have to put up with adverts and there’s a six skips per hour limit. It also has a group of talk radio stations.
This is only available in the U.S. and Canada.
Going back to 2001, Rhapsody is a subscription service that gives ad-free on-demand music anytime and wherever you want. You can get a
30-day free trial of the original service and there is a new offering with additional songs called unRadio which is currently offering a 14-day free trial. Rhapsody also owns the re-launched Napster service which offers a 30-day free tryout for access to over 25 million songs.
- Groove shark
This is a free ad-supported service based on user uploaded tracks that has been reinvented after some legal squabbling. The mobile apps were disconnected from the official app stores, but it is possible to use Groove shark on your mobile through the browser. You can create playlists, upload your own music, and tune into stations.