With tons of music services out there today to choose from, it would take you awhile to find the best one. This would also mean a lot of meandering around and a lot of time spent on apps and services you eventually will find out weren’t worth your time.
No fear! MusConv is always here for you with ultimate guides on the best and worst parts and aspects of the leading global music systems around. You’ll find instructions here on how to transfer tracks to and from systems like Spotify, Tidal, and Amazon music and dozens more as well as useful and plain fun guides on how to get the best out of your experience. So what’s better? Pandora or Spotify?
Spotify is (according to some sources) the first-ever music streaming service that only became more and more popular as time went on. Now it has hundreds of millions of users, almost half of whom are Premium (meaning paid subscriptions), and the tempo of development and global integration is still growing. With euphoric reviews on the Internet for speed, lots of free content, flawless UX, and many other useful features, Spotify is getting more and more popular by the day.
Pandora is also one of the most recognized names in the industry, but it was far more popular back in the day. These days, thanks to tons of paywalled content, lack of thought through features and fewer and fewer new artists, and generally an attitude that seems to be anything but user-centric, Pandora is slowly but surely giving up positions to the industry leaders like Tidal and Spotify.
Always do your own research, nevertheless, and don’t let us tell you what to do, but just in case you want to switch to someone who’s spending a lot of time thinking about their users, you can always come over to Spotify or Google Music. You’ll find all the instructions and tons more useful and interesting on MusConv. Happy trails!