Google Play and YouTube Music Alternative free apps for music



With Google moving to integrate Google Play Music with YouTube Music later this year, many may start looking for alternative music listening services without google alone.

Here are 5 alternative free apps for Google Play and YouTube Music: You can’t ignore that YouTube is the most popular site when talking about music streaming or visual content in general, with all the music categories you’re looking for, including many music clips you can’t find on traditional music streaming sites.

In addition to being easy to use and accessas it doesn’t require creating an account to use, you can listen to any number of music files any time you want, and integrating your Google Play music subscription with YouTube Premium is a very good deal.

With the fact that there is no strong music streaming app, the variety of YouTube Music and the difficulty of having a real and 100% ideal alternative, there are some applications that can be a great choice for many, the most famous of which are:

Spotify:

Spotify is one of the first options when searching for an alternative to Google Play or YouTube Music, where it is the most popular and largest music streaming app, with many features such as: listening to music on demand for free (with ads), offline, listening to radio stations, and even listening to podcasts.

The app is available free of charge for Android users on Google Play, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch users in the App Store, windows and MacOs, and a web version is available.

  1. SoundCloud app:

It’s a convenient option when looking for an alternative to YouTube Music that has a variety of different music categories for all types of professional and amateur musicians, where you can find most music categories as well as proprietary podcast episodes.

The app is available free of charge for Android users in Google Play, iPhone and iPad users in the App Store, and a web version is available.

  1. TIDAL application:

Although TIDAL allows you to listen to music in high resolution, it features the ability to download music for offline listening, create custom playlists, stream music at 16-bit 44.1KHz FLAC, or 24-bit speeds at 96KHz MQA, which is more than suitable for those with poor Internet connectivity.

The app is available free of charge for Android users in Google Play, iPhone and iPad users in the App Store, and a web version is available.

  1. Plex app:

Plex doesn’t offer a live streaming service like Google Play or YouTube Music, but you can basically create your own streaming service, by setting up your favorite music lists on your computer and uploading them to your music folder in the app to get live music streaming from your phone. It also offers a dedicated music app if you just want to use it to listen to free music.

The app is available free of charge for Android users in Google Play, iPhone and iPad users in the App Store, and a web version is available.

  1. Apple Music app:

The Apple Music app has a huge library of more than 60 million songs, with the ability to listen to both on-demand content as well as radio stations, and the ability to download up to 100,000 songs from your music.

The app is available free of charge for Android users in Google Play, iPhone and iPad users in the App Store, and a web version is available.


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