Music streaming sites are all the rage. Correction: subscription music streaming sites that offer impressive catalogs of music — and are legal!
When you consider how much you pay every month for new music or new music downloads, you might find that joining a great music subscription service is more than enough bang for your buck.
Here are the three big boys in the online music-streaming world.
Mog.Com is a music site that offers free, standard and premium subscription levels.
The free level only allows you to listen to a limited number of songs, and you have to actively participate in marketing the site via Facebook, Twitter or creating playlists in order to earn more.
The standard subscription is less than $10 and offers you full-unlimited access to MOG’s music collection via your personal computer.
The premium subscription, which comes in at right about $10 a month, will allow you to stream music to your computer and other mobile devices. The site is great if you are really into music and enjoy having editors suggest certain songs.
Let’s say you’re hard at work on ISO 9000 Registrars and have this playing in the background. You might just find your new most favorite song.
Wow! This group of individuals took the time to scour the music-streaming world and then combine everything in one amazing worthwhile expense of a $10 premium subscription.
Spotify has apps that integrate well respected music magazines, such as Rolling Stone and Pitchfork magazine, lyric apps that pull up lyrics to what you are listening to, along with other apps, geared towards making your musical experience on the site delightful.
Also, what is really amazing is that not only does Spotify seamlessly operate with your iTunes, you can download the songs to listen to while you are offline. This is one music site you don’t want to miss if you truly count yourself as a music aficionado. If you find yourself getting bored working on your ISO 18005, crank up these tunes and get the creative juices flowing again.
This site also offers a free and premium subscription. The free version will allow you a certain number of songs each month. Their interface is a bit clunky when it comes to discovering new music, and searching other users and adding them into your RDIO network isn’t easy.
This site is great for those who want to listen to music, but don’t put a lock of stock in being able to access it easily. Yet considering that it boasts a pretty impressive collection of music, it in no way will be a waste of your time. Besides, once you get over how to use it, you’ll be enjoying a bunch of great tunes.
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This is a guest post by blogger Stephanie who blogs on a variety of topics, from online music to ISO 18005.