Our Android phones have many important functions, but my primary use has always been and will likely remain music. So which music streaming service should you trust for your tunes? I'm here to help you decide!
If you like to listen to your favorite tunes using your Android phone or tablet, this little list should help you pick out just the tool for the job. From music streaming services to playing music from your personal music library, there's an app here for everyone.
Google is sending out emails to Play Music users, warning them that they will no longer be able to transfer or download their data after February 24. You can use the built-in tool in the YouTube Music app or Google Takeout to download and transfer your data.
After years of calling the service dead, it finally happened. Google's original music service has shut down, and I believe the best way to process that grief and emotion is through another age-old musical tradition: the mixtape.
After launching back in August 2018, YouTube Music is finally ready for showtime. Beginning May 12, folks still holding on to Google Play Music can begin transferring their library, playlists, and more to YouTube Music.
More and more folks are switching music streaming services as new features become available and others just continue to stagnate. One such example of stagnation is Google Play Music, which still works great as a personal library, but the competitors offer a lot more.
Spotify is one of the most popular music services on the market today, but is it more deserving of your money than Google Play Music? Depending on your musical habits, the answer may be easier than you think.