2017's Best Music Apps for iPhone
Music is a constant part of our lives, and listening to great songs from high-quality streaming apps is something we all want while we are at work, at home, or going on a run. We’ve got a list of the best music apps and streaming services for your iPhone and why each one matters.
Spotify is best known for social sharing. Spotify is a music, podcast, and video streaming service, and was officially launched in October 2008. Spotify makes it easy to find new music and connect with your friends through themed playlists for genres, moods, and weekly “Discovery ” page that is constantly being updated for users to find out about new tunes.
Apple Music (iOS)
Apple Music is best for streaming radio. Apple Music allows you to listen to 30 million songs from the iTunes store, plus any music you have purchased from iTunes from over the years. The app’s suggestion system uses algorithms and humans to pick the perfect tunes for you. In order to use Apple Music all you need is an Apple ID. You can download songs, playlists and full albums for offline listening when you don't have a connection.
TIDAL is best for audiophiles. TIDAL is a subscription-based music streaming service that combines lossless audio and high definition music videos with curated editorial. The service has over 25 million tracks and 85,000 music videos.
Google Play Music (iOS)
Google Play Music is best for music collectors. Google Play Music music is a music streaming service for iOS, based on the popular service already available to Android users. Google Play Music lets you store songs from your own music library and continuously blend them with the 30 million strong streaming catalog.
Napster is best for newcomers. Napster allows you to compare your musical taste with other listeners so that you can discover great new music from people just like you. You are able to find trending music from your friends and members similar to you, all-in-one playlist that is updated daily. On Napster, you can follow playlists from millions of other subscribers and their music experts.
If you didn’t see your favorite music streaming service on this list, let us know which app keeps you moving all day.