How do you listen to streaming music?

in dPoll5 days ago

How do you listen to streaming music?


For most people these days, it seems like the answer is that they use streaming services. I would also venture to guess that the majority of my friends seem to use Spotify as their service of choice.

I go back and forth all the time. I have used Spotify for periods of time, I've used Tidal for a while, Apple Music, and also Google Music. Most recently, I"d been using Apple Music, but I traded in my iPhone for an Android phone and no longer had that option.

Because I'd already been paying for YouTube Premium (it's worth $13 to not see ads), I already had access to YouTube Music, which used to be Google music, and I even had an old library there when I used it before.


  • Amazon Music

  • Anghami

  • Apple Music

  • Bandcamp

  • Deezer

  • Gaana

  • Google Play Music / YouTube Music

  • Jango

  • Napster

  • ROXI

  • SoundCloud

  • Spotify

  • Stringray Music

  • Tidal

  • Other (please list in comments if you can)

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Voted for

  • Apple Music
  • Bandcamp
  • Google Play Music / YouTube Music
  • SoundCloud

Voted for

  • Google Play Music / YouTube Music
  • Other (please list in comments if you can)

radio

That's cool. That's definitely a cost-effective way to listen to music.

Voted for

  • SoundCloud

Voted for

  • Spotify

Voted for

  • Other (please list in comments if you can)
  • I use fizy.

I'll assume that your "other" is that you have music beamed telepathically to you from outer space. That sounds awesome. :)

Voted for

  • Other (please list in comments if you can)

I prefer to download and stream. I have not used paid streaming services so far.

Voted for

  • Google Play Music / YouTube Music

Voted for

  • Apple Music

Voted for

  • SoundCloud