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  • eightbitsamurai
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    I like Google Play's free radio more than itune's radio. I love playlists that are based on mood, and while Spotify and Google Play both have it - and Apple Music doesn't - Google Play's is the best (for me) because I never get ads on the site.

  • bogdan
    +2

    I have not yet tried Apple Music, and Google Play definitely feels cool, but I would not pay for what it has to offer when there are alternatives that are more useful to me. I've taken an extensive journey through each of these online streaming music services.

    I've stuck with Pandora for the past few months; it's really the one which offers the most to me for the least trouble involved. I get to discover new artists, new songs, and it really cares about my input, whenever I say I like or hate a song.

    Spotify is cool but the interface is really too cluttered for me, and the desktop app has no option to set hotkeys, which is a bit annoying.

    Strictly from a presentation point of view, I really loved Grooveshark, RIP. Too bad they did not make efforts to get on the side of artists and producers more.

    • FrootLoops
      +1

      I prefer the spotifys desktop client. Less cluttered than the web version. Besides that i don't like their suggestion engine. Just yesterday i tried http://www.deezer.com and it works much better there. I also like the "new album" section. You can filter by genre what is a huge plus for me.

      • bogdan
        +1

        I checked Deezer and it looked great, up until I discovered it didn't have a lot of my favourite songs because the artists didn't want to make them available :(

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