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Thread started 05/30/17 4:52am

Daisyduck

to wich music streaming service should i subscribe?

Hi everyone

I want to subsrcibe to a music streaming service but since there are so many out there i don't really know which one i sould pick. Can you give me some recommendations and experieces?

Thank you all

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Reply #1 posted 05/30/17 9:11am

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I use Spotify and I love it. You could register and use it for free with ads ever so often.

It often asks you to touch the screen to watch a 30 second video to avoid ads for 30

minutes. If you want to pay premium for no ads it's up to the individual. I believee they

give you premium for 3 months at 99 cents then it goes up to 9.99 a month.

The free service works fine for me. When i stream with my tablet through my bluetooth

speaker I can play albums or songs in any order I want but using my phone at work

I can only use the shuffle option. Pandora is another service out there I know one of

my co workers use and I think there is also IHeart and probably a few more. With Spotify

they have a huge selection of music to stream old and current. I hope this helps.

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Reply #2 posted 05/30/17 1:11pm

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I don't use Spotify but I know several people who do and they are happy with it.

Free your mind...and your ass will follow.
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Reply #3 posted 05/30/17 6:13pm

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whichever service suits your wants

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Reply #4 posted 06/01/17 1:34am

Hardgainer

I really like deezer. It has a wide range of different artists and you have a offline mode which i think is great because sometimes the app needs to much power and then my battery gets empty way to fast.

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Reply #5 posted 06/01/17 2:06am

KillBill

I can recommend you deezer as well. But i think it really depends on your requirements. I think almost every streaming services offers a trial period where you can test the service for free. maybe you should try this.

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Reply #6 posted 06/02/17 6:46am

Daisyduck

thank you all I also considered to just try some out. But can someone tell me with which service it is possible to transfer music from my laptop to my mp3 player for example? I always use my old mp3 player for my daily workout and the music I already have there is really old (and I don't like my old music taste anymore biggrin)

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Reply #7 posted 06/02/17 7:01am

KillBill

I'm not sure but I think thats not possible with any service bc you 'rent' the music.. for storing it on an other device you have to buy the music but there are also other ways ... not quite sure about that bc I never tried it but some friends of mine are using some recording tools to capture music from spotify and deezer, but like I said, not quite sure how it works confused

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Reply #8 posted 06/02/17 9:52am

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Daisyduck said:

thank you all I also considered to just try some out. But can someone tell me with which service it is possible to transfer music from my laptop to my mp3 player for example? I always use my old mp3 player for my daily workout and the music I already have there is really old (and I don't like my old music taste anymore biggrin)


You can only play the tracks on the device where you insralled the streaning app. You cant take them to another device.
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Reply #9 posted 06/06/17 1:40am

homer

I use some recording software called tunebite, quite good if you want to save your music permanently and store on different devices. I still pay for spotify but this is just convienent if you want to establish a music collection without paying for every single song. If you are interested take a look on their website also it works with every streaming services, not only spotify http://audials.com/en/how...start.html

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Reply #10 posted 06/09/17 6:23pm

Dasein

Youtube

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