Today’s world offers tons of platforms that all claim to be the most outstanding music streaming service ever.
Some of them are easy to find because the best platforms out there have an uptime of decades, like Spotify.
Others, like Pandora, have been in business for eons but are becoming less popular.
Apple Music hasn’t been around that long but it does provide fiercely competitive content that many other companies find hard to match (but no free version, which is inconvenient). If you’re looking for the best quality of music though, the names that usually come up the most are Tidal and Spotify.
It’s still worth considering, however, that Spotify not only offers a free tier if you don’t have much cash at hand but that at $10 a month its 320Kbps experience is probably the best you’ll get for your money across the industry. Notice its mastodon variety of other features and unprecedented accessibility to exclusive tracks and kickass music discovery algorithms.
Just consider it your exit strategy in the unlikely event anything goes wrong with the primary option. If it does though you’ll always have MusConv at hand to transfer tracks between Tidal, Spotify, Pandora, and tons of other services read, have fun, make intelligent decisions, and discover even more non-evident ways to get the best out of your experience. Ciao!