How do you choose the best music streaming service out there today? There is so much out there that is so supremely attractive, at least on the outside. But when you start using random services, they may start with all manner of unpleasant surprises.
Quite a few of them will be so fanatically aimed at monetization that your musical experience will be completely gone down the drain behind constant notifications and incessant requests to buy the product with every other function disabled until you upgrade to a paid subscription.
Some products are known for music quality, like Tidal. Others, like Spotify, have a great reputation and provide tons of quality content that are impossibly thought through (but plagued with constant irritating ads between tracks). Where to go for the best option?
Fortunately, MusConv is here for you with guides, support, and advice on the best musical systems out there, or if you just want to transfer tracks between the likes of Spotify and Amazon Music.
We sifted through tons of all types of systems to select the best possible ones so you don’t have to do all the footwork. In this instance, although you’ll probably want to find out for yourself, we genuinely recommend using Spotify with its fantastical row of features that you’ll find really hard to match.
After all, there are services out there with remarkable numbers, like Pandora with its almost 60 000 000 users, but Spotify’s 345 000 000 users are even more impressive. Spotify was everyone’s favorite for quite a few years for a reason: its simple and fast interface, a colossal library of tracks, and impossibly thought through tunable settings (from music selection algorithm to crossfading) make it a great offer, and the price, all things considered, is extremely low.
You can try Spotify for free as long as you like, which makes it immediately even more tempting. With Spotify, you can save music for listening offline, get very high quality, quickly and simply transfer music back and forth between Spotify and other services like Google Music, Tidal, and so on using MusConv, build a library of your own, listen to music that isn’t on Spotify by uploading it (the Local Music folder)…the list goes on and on.
We’d say for the number of open-access features and hidden gems Spotify offers the best price ever. You can always check out the industry’s first and for many people the only for yourself by downloading the app or keep browsing MusConv for more guides, advice, and plain fun articles on the site. Have fun!