[Poll] What music streaming service do you use?

Music playback is easily one of the best features available for smartphones, and that’s even more true now that we’re in an age of music streaming. No more $0.99 cents and $9.99 albums; nope, we’re all getting used to the all-you-can-stream model of paying a monthly subscription to access an entire catalog of music.

So for today’s question, we want to know what music streaming subscription you’re using. Are you a fan of Google’s YouTube integration? Locked into Apple Music from years of iTunes purchases? Have you rolled your own solution using Plex or something similar?

What music streaming service do you use?

Google Play Music
Apple Music


Vote in our poll, and let us know your music streaming situation in the comments. We’d love to hear about it!

About the Author: Jared Peters

Born in southern Alabama, Jared spends his working time selling phones and his spare time writing about them. The Android enthusiasm started with the original Motorola Droid, but the tech enthusiasm currently covers just about everything. He likes PC gaming, Lenovo's Moto Z line, and a good productivity app.

  • ColorMeConfused

    I don’t stream. I listen to mp3s all day, sync’d to my phone overnight. Never hear the same song twice until I’ve heard them all (or until I want to).

  • Fantasm

    I only play the music I have on my systems, whether thats .mp3, CD’s DVD’s or even Vinyl records…
    I have no desire to stream music and add to my internet usage… Besides, much of the time I’m in places that have little to no internet at all…. even where I work, the building is so big and contains so much steel that even FM radio is difficult to get, and cell or internet is non-existent in some areas…

  • Darkcobalt

    I like Deezer. I like how they generate a “Best of ____” for different genres (eg “Best Jazz of 2017”) which is a nice discovery tool.