4 Ways to Stream Music
by Frank Griffin
If you’re searching for a music streaming service you’re in luck. A bunch of platforms are fighting for your attention and we’ve filtered through them to find you the best ones.
Our main requirement was that they had millions and millions of songs in their music libraries.
Let’s take a look at our top choices.
Along with access to YouTube’s catalog of music, G-Play has a bunch of cool features like a song identifier and sleep timer. If you’re streaming it to your TV you’ll even get a nice fireplace on your screen.
Google Play is $10/mth if you decide to continue after your 30-day free trial.
Spotify just partnered up with Waze, an app that helps you navigate through traffic while listening to your music. Spotify also has one of the best searching features, which you’ll need to sift through its giant library.
Enjoy the decent free option, but to get rid of the ads you’ll have to upgrade to premium, which is $10/month, students get it for $5.
90 Days Free! That’s the most zero-cost trial time of all the streaming services. If you’re already in the ecosystem, you’ll love the way your iPhone integrates with the service.
Full price for premium is $10/mth. They also have a family membership for six people @ $15/mth.
Tidal sets itself apart by offering the highest quality. If you’re a true music connoisseur you’ll appreciate the Lossless HIFI @ 1411 kpbs.
Owner, Jay-Z leveraged his music industry contacts to offer you content not available anywhere else.
Considering the quality and exclusivity, Tidal prices aren’t bad. You get a 30-day free trial after which the standard service is $10/mth with premium costing you $20/mth. Discounts are offered at 40% for Military and 50% for Students.