google play for me. because I can upload all my own music.
Deezer for me, plus if you use a VPN and sign up for a Brazilian account you get it a wholelot cheaper.
Spotify for me. Signed up for premium, so I can save playlists to my phone and listen on the go without using data on my phone plan. It also works on the Sonos system at home.
Currently Spotify, tempted by Apple Music and debating Tidal Music as well for Christmas.
I prefer Deezer, the application looks more friendly than spotify, for me.
Spotify premium for sound quality. Although tidal has .flac
Is the volume level any better on YouTube Red than on normal YouTube?
Yeah but oh well I like it mainly because of no ads on YouTube ans background play
What do you mean by "volume level?" I mean, a song is a song. I don't actually use youtube.com or YouTube Music for listening to music, I just Google Play Music. The volume is the same as any other streaming platform in my experience.
I mean that on YouTube the volume can vary greatly between videos, making it less than ideal as a music platform. I'm wondering if YouTube Red addresses that.
I'm not sure about that if you listen to music in YouTube. It definitely won't be a problem if you use the free, included Google Play Music All Access Pass.
I'm sticking with which ever one is free with the least amount of commercials.. iHeart and TuneIn
Google Play Music
Spotify is also build into Sonos
Pandora syncs nicely with my Buick's info-tainment system.
Amazon is nice because its free (And the lyrics go along with the song is a nice feature).
FratMusic has some good tunes too.
YouTube Red is up to $13 a month!Honestly Amazon Prime Unlimited is the best deal, considering nearly everybody has Prime these days...
Spotify is actually built into Sonos even more than Apple Music (you can do it directly from within the Spotify app itself)I'm so desperately waiting for Alexa voice integration into Sonos... come on!
You and me both!
They changed the release timeframe from "early 2017" to just 2017 now...