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How To Find The Best Streaming Music Service For You [CHART]

image from www.blogcdn.comThere is no shortage of streaming music services, and more will be launching soon. With this dizzying array of choices, how do you find the streaming music service that's right for you.  This flowchart will help you decide:

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  1. YouTube? Trumps most of these if you know what you’re looking for. If not, you’ll have to put in the work looking up what artists you like are similar to or inspired by. Allmusic, Amazon, ol’ fashioned forum research. Interesting chart though, shows how many services are no longer in the game. Most of these will fall off eventually as well. What matters is the song. Is it great enough to get a monkey to tell another monkey?

  2. Oh no! According to this I have possible prison in my future. lol! I use torch music most of the time cause it’s legal and it uses the youtube library which is huge!!

  3. Have you guys taken a look at http://www.earbits.com? it’s a free online radio station that focuses on non-mainstream artists and has no ads. I’ve been using it for a while now and it’s changed the way I experience music. I love it and I think it could be a great option for non-mainstream music listeners.

  4. Hello, you forgot Xbox Music/ Xbox Music Pass.
    It allows you to stream, create playlist, listen to curated or based on any artist/band/album you choose, creates one for you. You can stream online via web or apps and you can download to play offline.
    Plus it has a music store, so you can purchase any songs you really like from the same location.

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