Obviously forgot about Google Music All Access.
In 2001 iTunes arrived on the scene and changed the way we consume music, but it’s not until recently that music services have become true challengers. Companies like Spotify, Rdio and Pandora — not to mention Google and Apple — are providing streaming alternatives to the standard methods of downloading music online.
With so many choices now available, which service is best for your listening habits? After examining library size and quality, the range of devices you can use to listen, streaming quality, pricing and the longevity of each service, we’ve narrowed down the list to four great options you should be looking at for your music service.
Spotify: Best overall experience
The Swedish-based company is the leader when it comes to music streaming services. Spotify allows users to stream music and create playlists for free (ad-supported with commercials) on its robust music library, over 20 million songs strong…
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