Top 10 Music Apps For Music Lovers


Today there are plenty of music apps out theirs whether it be free music apps or paid ones and all of them have their share of pros and cons. So we are going to save you time and give you a list of Top 10 Music apps so you don’t have to search them through.

1. Spotify

Spotify is one of the best-known players in the game, Spotify is massive in the streaming industry, With more than 80 million subscribers and offering access to 40 million tracks from almost any artist you can think of. The mobile app boasts the same functionality as compared to its desktop counterpart, it allows you to stream single tracks or entire albums with the option to even create your own custom playlists. A free account is good enough if your okay with not able to download music and some 30 seconds ads in between.

2. YouTube Music

YouTube Music is something new in the game, but it’s preparing for its time in the sun with the eventual absorption of Google Play Music. You have to wonder why it’s taken so long though. YouTube has one of the largest stores of music in the world, and YouTube Music gives you access to all of it. It’s free to use with ads, but if you want ad-free listening, background listening (with the screen locked), and offline downloads, then you’ll need a YouTube Music Premium subscription.

3. Apple Music

Apple Music is Apple’s music streaming service, and it offers you complete access to all songs in the Apple Music library, no matter where you are. As you’d expect, Apple Music is very well-designed, and you will have no problem switching between the radio, saved songs, and the recommendations. Also, as a bonus, it’s available for both Android and iOS, so you don’t need the latest Apple iPhone to enjoy it. The service’s catalog of 50 million songs is its biggest draw, but there’s also plenty of other content such as documentaries about a variety of artists and bands, concerts, and other such content.

4. Google Play Music

 For the unfamiliar, Google Play Music will eventually transform into the YouTube Music app, and we expect it will disappear soon. However, it’s still here, which is great news for music lovers. As we expect from a Google app, the design is super clean, lined with hand-picked playlists and custom radio stations

5. Amazon Music

Amazon might have been a little late to the game, but its streaming app is super good. It gives you access to a bunch of free songs. Also, it has an amazing interface that you know a company like Amazon will provide.  It gives you access to the full 50 million-strong library which is only included with an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription. but that option does feel a bit rubbish when compared to Apple Music’s, Google Play Music’s, and Spotify’s enormous offerings.

6. Audiomack

There are a million streaming services available, but Audiomack specializes in getting you the hottest newest songs, mixtapes, and playlists from genres which include hip-hop, rap, R&B, EDM, Afropop, and reggae. Songs are organized into a varied playlist, including mood playlists, and you can follow individual artists. When you’re listening to a track you can comment on it for others to find, save it in playlists, and even download it for later.

7. Soundcloud

Soundcloud is a very wide-ranging community of musicians, bands, podcasters, and more. It allows you to search for new artists to follow, listen to songs in your feed, and even record and post your audio. There are two types of premium subscriptions i.e the Pro subscription, it is for music creators and SoundCloud Go it is for listeners and comes in two tiers. Soundcloud Go costs around $5 a month and offers ad-free listening and the ability to save tracks offline. Go+ offers its users, high-quality audio and access to SoundCloud’s full catalog with no previews for only $10 a month.

8. Pandora

Despite a small user base, Pandora is a mainstay of the streaming realm. Essentially it is a personalized radio service, the app’s For You feature creates a wonderful playlist of new music and podcasts just for you by taking your likes and dislikes into account as you listen. Simply start the app and let it go. If you want a Pandora experience that has unlimited skips, offline radio, etc. then you will have to buy pandora plus or premium.

9. Tidal

Designed for the audio aficionado, Tidal has more than 60 million lossless-quality tracks, also an offline mode, quick access to music videos, tailor-made suggestions, and in-depth interviews covering everyone including Jack White to Jay-Z. It also has a huge variety of sharing features, including the ability to share tracks to Snapchat stories.

10. Shazam

While Shazam is mainly known for its music-detection skills, it is also a convenient means of streaming tracks once they are recognized. Although it is not a stand-alone music app, Shazam works best when paired with another streaming app, recognizing songs and television shows in a matter of seconds, and it also provides purchasing or streaming options from Spotify, Apple Music, and more. It also provides lyrics for your chosen song. The real-time chart is just a plus.