Music Apps For Your Phone
Our electronic devices are packed with so much technology and cool features, that the need for an additional MP3 player is becoming less and less. Now, phones can offer an incredible speaker quality, a tone of memory for storing music and plenty of online-streaming apps to help you find the perfect blend of music to fit your every mood.
Everyone wants a soundtrack to their life. And when it comes to long journeys, walks to work and activities in the day, many of us finding ourselves immersed into the music we’re listening to and acting out our life’s as if we were in fact the star of the music video.
So to shatter our dreams and go without music is an awkward and difficult way to live out our lives… which is why we love all the apps available for live streaming and downloading music or radio systems to our phones.
But when choosing the right one, how are we supposed to? We’ve collated a few of the best music apps for your phone to help you decide.
. Of course, coming in at first place is Spotify. The music streamer is so popular and offers so many features, it’s hard not to mention it when it comes to music on the go. Offering playlists for your moods, artists news to follow and your own customizable space for music, Spotify has it all. It’s available on practically every device you’ll own, and comes with a free or premium account.
As a free listener, you can listen to a shuffle of your favorite music with ads – probably with John from Spotify in them – in between. However, if you choose to go Premium, you’ll have a vast music collection available online and offline with no ads and the ability to skip as many tracks as you like to fit your needs.
. Shazam is ideal for those moments you’ve got a song stuck in your head and no idea what it is; hum away and the little magicians in your phone will be able to help you find out in a matter of minutes. It’s great for finding out the titles of songs you hear on adverts or TV shows and allows you to read the lyrics, stream the tracks or purchase them.
. If you’re into alternative music or hearing the authenticity of bands and artists trying to make a name for themselves, Soundcloud is a great app that will help you explore new and upcoming bands or artists with true raw talents. You can listen to music, create a playlist or even upload your own audio if the moment is right.
. iHeartRadio’s app helps find the music you want to listen you! Live streaming everything from local and global news, to country or hip-hop, you can search by artist, genre or mood. The app helps you build your own personal and customizable radio station with more than 450,000 artists to choose from.
. If you’re a true groupie or fan-girl, you’ll want to download Quello Concerts – giving you access to full length videos of concerts and documentaries about your favorite artists, the app immerses you into the world of the music industry, rather than just providing some tunes.
So whether you’re looking for mood music, accessing the tours or playing a song that’s stuck in your head, there’s plenty of options when it comes to finding the right music apps for you. All of the above are available for both Android and iOS, and there may be others aimed at specific operating systems.