Websites to listen to music
When smartphones became a thing we all look for websites and other sources to listen to music. Even though YouTube is one of the most popular websites to watch music videos, we try to give you some alternatives.
Pandora is a music service that works only in the U.S. right now. It offers a free service, a plus service, and a premium service. If you want to listen to music free Pandora only lets you play songs on a station. For instance, if you want to Listen to Massive Attack you cant select a song from her but still can listen to a station only playing Massive Attack. The plus version gives you accessibility but still, you can select the songs you want to play. Moreover, only the Premium version lets you select the songs you want to play. In conclusion, if you want to play stations dedicated to artists Pandora is not that bad, it has a good UI and an app for phones.
iHeartRadio is an online radio website that you can listen to music. It`s like an old school radio, where you choose and like the stations you like and I heart radio offers you other channels you might like. Moreover, it has an app and a website that offers you to listen to music. If you are looking for a radio channel iHeartRadio might be the one for you.
Spotify launched on 7 October 2008. Since its release, it is one of the most used music services out there. You can select songs, make playlists, share them and even Spotify suggests songs that you may like. Spotify has a user-friendly UI and a great app that you can listen to music even when you don’t have an internet connection. The only problem with Spotify is you need to listen to advertisements if you are not a subscriber. Subscriptions wary based on the country you are so we couldn’t share a baseline price.
Soundcloud is a podcast and music streaming platform which launched in August 2007. Firstly, SoundCloud is a great platform to share the melodies you created and find unknown artists that don’t have a record label. If you are interested in underground artists this is your place to go. Billie Eilish was discovered in SoundCloud with her song Ocean Eyes.