Top 10 Music Apps that you can carry on your phone

Music has always been there, no matter what kind of mood you are in. If you want to lift your mood, you can listen to an upbeat song or, to understand your emotions, listen to a different kind of song.

Imagining life without music is quite difficult when you encounter new music everywhere you go. With music, you become one and feel in the same way as that of the music.

You can even download music from Mixcloud easily on your mobile or PC wherever you like. Thus, listening to music on the phone becomes a necessity and need.

Some of the music apps that can provide you with non-stop music all day long are as follows:

1. Spotify: 

This is a well-known app offering free use with the premium one. There are more than 30 million songs on this app ranging from legendary classic songs to the latest upcoming songs.

You can curate your playlist, follow the artists you love, listen to the playlist according to your mood. Though, there is not much of a difference between the free and premium version – the only thing is that in the free one, you will hear ads in a short interval of time.

2.  Pandora: 

One of the major competitors of Spotify competing in the music market is Pandora. It can be compared to the radio feature of Spotify.

This is a free music app where you can stream music and channels according to your favorite artists as well as explore new genres of music.

This app also offers a premium version apart from the free one. With the free version, you get short ads, and you can also restrict the number of times you are going to skip songs.

3.  Google Play: 

A similar feature to iTunes in Google Play is that you can upload your music without any ads. About 50,000 of your songs can be uploaded on Google Play along with the music offered by the platform. Thus, if you produce your music and want to listen to them along with the music available on the app, you can go for Google Play.

4.  Bandcamp: 

This app has music from thousands of artists and about 3000 record labels – many of them are independent and small companies that are far away from the corporate record companies – thus, the variety of music accessible to you is vast.

Also, around 80-85 percent of purchase on the app goes directly to the artist – there can be no other way to support the independent local artists who add music to your daily life.

5. Tidal: 

Tidal has also established itself in the music market with a CD-quality streaming option that offers you music that cannot be found on other platforms.

You also get curated platforms, including all the underrated artists along with your favorite ones. Exploring music is an ongoing process, and this app helps you enormously by introducing you to under-the-radar artists.

6.  Shazam: 

There must have been a time when you listen to music playing in a grocery store, pub, party, or a restaurant but can’t figure out the name of the song, so you just gawk around in an awkward manner trying to figure out the song.

Well, with the help of Shazam, you can know which song has made its way into your heart. The mind-blowing music detection abilities of the app would come to your rescue.

Once you have identified the music, the app also directs you towards the platform to stream it or purchase it. The bonus is that you also get the proper lyrics of the song.

7.  Deezer: 

This app has over 50 million tracks in total, and the Flow feature sets it apart from other apps. Flow takes into consideration every kind of genre of music you listen to and curates a personalized mix of music along with the music that would be new to you.

8. SoundCloud: 

This is another platform to explore new artists who are not yet signed up with any major label. You can easily follow your artists and create your kind of playlist.

Another feature distinguishing it from other music platforms is how easily aspiring musicians can upload their songs and share them all over the world.

9. GarageBand: 

This app defines perfection for the professionals looking out for quick demos to the beginners who are trying their hands-on music. GarageBand allows you to loop different kinds of instruments or record on your own.

You can adjust the time signature, tempo, and key. This is equivalent to a cheap, high-quality studio present on your phone.

10.  Musi: 

This is easy to use app where you can curate your own playlists from SoundCloud tracks and YouTube videos. You can explore different genres of music and find trending and popular songs. There are unlimited lists that you can create, but it is not ad-free.

The apps mentioned above would help you to go through your day and would motivate you to work harder. Next time, when you are in need of new music, want to listen to your favorites, or need to create your playlist, check out these apps and experience the world of music like never before.

Yashik Patelhttps://bloggingdart.com
Yashik Patel is a Google Certified, Digital Marketing and professional Blogger. He has 5+ years experience in SEO, SEM and ORM (Online Reputation Management) field.

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