Discussion in 'Tilted Entertainment' started by Wildmermaid, Jun 24, 2017.
If you use online (or app) music do you use Pandora, Spotify, YouTube, or something else?
We just switched from Spotify premium to Google Music and it's better. The quality and suggestions and everything are much improved.
Pandora is the only one I've messed with much. Typically I only use it for bike music or pool music. At home I'll put on a vinyl record or play something from my own library. In the car I use Sirius/XM.
The downfall of that is that my "thumbsup" station doesn't have a big enough selection, since most of the time I'm listening to it I'm not able to thumb song up/down.
My daughter uses Pandora and loves it, she introduced me to a bunch of music today, so I may give that one a shot. Is Sirius/XM also attached to your Pandora or a separate account? Vinyl oh so nice for mood and sound quality!
Sirius/XM is satellite radio, which I have in my vehicle. So I use that while driving instead of my phone.
I use Spotify almost exclusively now. There's a few oddities where albums are not available, especially artists who have been switching record labels over long careers, but I can almost always find stuff I want plus be linked to new stuff I wasn't aware of.
Google Music is my go-to. I've been able to merge my large music collection on there, including all my jrock. I can access it from anywhere, and I have legal access to new music.
Going to give Google Music, Spotify, and Pandora a shot, thank you @snowy and everyone for your perspectives! <3
I just started using Jango.
"Free internet radio, just like Pandora only fewer ads and more variety. Listen to hundreds of genre stations or create your own with your favorite music."
Free Music Online - Internet Radio - Jango
I havent figured out how to really customize playlists (stations) as much as I would like.
I have been using Pandora for the last few months and I seem to like it better than I heart radio
I use my free mp3s .com all an everything u could want to download it's great
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