Top 5 Best Music Streaming Services

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Top 5 Best Music Streaming Services

In today’s day and age, everything is moving over the air to the cloud. With this, everyone is able to access their data wirelessly through the cloud. Streaming music is one of the most popular uses of cloud data storage. I want to introduce you 5 best music streaming services.

Beats music

Top 5 Best Music Streaming Services

Beats Music focuses on providing you with a personalized music experience. Launched in January 2014, Beats Music is only available in the US. App has very impressive user interface. Very simple and easy to use. You can download app from the website, app is not in App Store yet. Price is very similar to others, after a 30 day free trial, the service runs at a competitive $10 a month.

Spotify

Top 5 Best Music Streaming Services

Spotify is one of the best-known music services available, and as such it has about 20 million strong catalogue of tracks available to listen. If you’re looking to find a free service that will allow you to listen to anything you want, this is it. If you don't want ads, they offer package for $9.99 per month.

Rdio

Top 5 Best Music Streaming Services

Rdio claims to have that magic 20 million song catalog. Rdio has different conditions, you can choose from three packs. For $4.99 per month, six months of uninterrupted ad-free listening. $9.99 for unlimited streaming and family plan for two only $17.99 per month.

Rhapsody

Top 5 Best Music Streaming Services

Rhapsody has a few advantages that other services don’t. They provide parental controls. Navigation is impressive and works very well. They give you access to over 18 million songs. They do have 30 day free trial, but you need to create an account and add bank card. It costs $10 per month for one device, but if you have 3 devices you can pay only $20.

Google Play

Top 5 Best Music Streaming Services

Google Play music is another $10 per month option that allows users to stream whichever of the more than 20 million catalog tracks that are available, but it offers a radio-style listening experience too, for users to create a station. The only downside of Google’s service is that they haven’t entered the Microsoft Store for Windows Phone 8, or the App Store for iOS.