Thursday, February 19, 2015

5 Music Apps for Your iPhone Definitely Worth Checking

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Terry Smith is a freelance tech blogger and a passionate self-employed writer. He shares his expertise on popular software, mobile apps, and modern digital technology. Follow Terry on Twitter.
Music is the soundtrack to our life. As most of us adore using iPhone for everyday communication, business deals, and personal affairs, it is quite obvious that we all do need music to be always with us on our iPhones. But with paid iTunes opportunities, it is no easy matter to get tracks free. Though there still exist some ways to get free songs on your iPhone. Check out 5 best music apps to help you with task.

Pandora is a well-known radio app which is considered to be one of the best iPhone apps for music discoveries. It both streams radio stations and make recommendations for you. Of course, it has a standard set of stations to stream, but at the same time it analyses your preferences and gives you new variants of the same music field to discover.
To make the app’s recommendations more precise, you can estimate the songs you like. Even though it can stream a limited number of songs and it is available only in certain countries, this app is worth paying attention to. 

Spotify is a music player which resembles a radio at the same time. The point is that it plays a lot of music tracks for free, but in a shuffle mode. And if you want to listen to the very particular song, you need to pay $9,99 for  Premium Account. 

You can also try the Discover tab and learn about most trending songs and artists. Well, actually, this app is brilliant for those whose aim is to explore new tracks and albums, not to find a certain composition and listen to it.

Free MP3Box
Free MP3Box is a music streaming app which allows you to find almost every audio track. It lets both search for required compositions and find some tracks to your taste. For this purpose you are welcome to use various hashtags like #bestof10years, #rock, #trend, and so on. 

Besides, you can listen to radio stations. Search for the suitable one using genre hashtags and get the stations which are most adjustable to your taste. The app also streams official video clips, if the Internet connection is OK. And if not, you can switch this function off. All in all, this app is for all the music-lovers, who adore listening to audio waves, but don’t want to litter GBs of space with them and pay a lot. And if you don’t possess an iPhone, you can use the desktop version of MP3Box.

Stereomood is a music discovery app as well, but this time it lets you find the tracks suitable for your mood. Here you can enter whatever you feel like “sad” “cool” or even “morning” and get corresponding tracks. Though the app doesn’t let you download or stream one precise song, it gives you the track name to look up afterwards. 

As for the interface, Stereomood is filled with inspirational and breathtaking pictures for every mood. This makes it not only ear-pleasing, but also eye-capturing at the same time and so, using the app becomes more and more captivating.

Shazam is a well-known music magician. It recognizes the song which plays in the air, and then gives you the data on it. You learn about the artist name, the song title, and then have a chance to buy the song on iTunes. Shazam is unbelievably useful, when you hear the song and like it so much that you can’t live without it anymore. 

Besides, it enriches your musical outlook a lot. When you are given a lot of data about the artist you are interested in, you can’t but learn it. And this way your personal inner-library of the music field is created. So, this app is not purely musical, it is educational to some extent.

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