Free Internet application for Android
Finding free music can be difficult. There is a fine line between listening to a few tunes for free like you used to be able to do on the radio and the ethical problems that comes with piracy. Thankfully there are plenty of services and apps out there that deliver free music to your devices and you don’t have to pay for it. Here are the best free music apps for Android. It should be noted that many of these apps do have paid options but you can make do with the free versions.
First on our list is iHeartRadio. With this app you can listen to music stations that suit almost every taste you can imagine. It even has seasonal things like Christmas music which comes in handy during the holiday season. It boasts 18 million songs by over 400, 000 artists and thousands of live-streaming radio stations. There is even talk radio if you’re into that sort of thing. You’ll have to listen to advertisements but as you’ll learn as you browse this list, that’s pretty much the gold standard for listening to free music these days.
Milk Music is a music streaming service that is maintained by Samsung. Unfortunately it is only available to US residents and also only to people who own Samsung devices. People who fit into that category can use Milk Music and it is a pretty decent service. It boasts a lot of songs as well as a fluid, fun interface taht is also easy to use. It relies on a dial that you can spin when you want the music genre to change and you can do the standard things like creating radio stations to your taste. It is totally free. At least for right now.
Pandora is among the most popular music streaming services on the internet and that means it belongs here. It has a smaller music selection than many of these other apps but it combats that by being very easy to use. It also has some fun features like an alarm clock feature so you can wake up to your favorite music. It’s also great for music discovery if you’re looking for new stuff to listen to.
Rdio has come a long way in the last year. Their service has always been good but their Android app was rated as low as 3.5 in the Play Store at one point. It has since improved things dramatically and it’s still the same great music streaming service it’s always been. It features 30 million tracks which you can listen to for free. There are also curated radio stations as well as music genre stations and artist stations. It’s a little simple but that’s how these things go and worst case you can always become a premium member for the extra features.
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