What's The Best iOS Music App?
Chances are, you use your iPhone for a lot more than gaming and talking with friends. It's awesome for music too, of course, and there are plenty of different apps out there to sate your hunger for all things related to grooving. You don't have to stick with putting songs on your phone via iTunes or purchasing new ones to keep your stock up. Next time the mood hits, why not check out one of these apps instead.
iTunes has actually launched its own service last September, and is an awesome source for streaming music. There are over 25 million songs to sift through, so no matter what you prefer to listen to, there are plenty of different songs to choose from. Plus, if you're already using a device with iOS 7 installed, you don't even have to do anything to get it!
Spotify is an excellent alternative to iTunes Radio, and while you need to pay $9.99 for a subscription if you don't want to settle for the free version, there's still a veritable treasure trove of music available for streaming. You can Browse for music to create playlists, and if you want to stay the course with the Free version, all you need to do is put up with a few ads to hear as many songs as you want. Plus, it's got an awesome playlist feature.
Pandora has been around for quite some time, and it's still one of the kings of the music app world, as well as one of the best ways to enjoy your music on the go. It's fantastic at offering suggestions of new music to listen to as well, and it's also replete with a sleep timer and alarm function as well as custom radio stations that you can set up with specific artists to discover new songs you might very well love.
Though it comes attached to a $9.99 price tag, Beats Music features an awesome interface with colorful menus playlists from popular magazines, ways to find the best music you can find for the particular mood you're in, and a menagerie of songs to choose from. Plus, you get to say you're part of the cool kids' group because you've got a Beats by Dre product!
Which music streaming apps do you prefer to use?