As music streaming services and technology continue to develop, there’s almost no need to download and manage a large MP3 collection anymore. While personal music collections will never go away completely, getting your favorite music from a streaming service is easier than ever.
But not every streaming service fits all. A lot of it depends on the bands and artists that are available, the features it provides and of course the price for subscribing. Popular services like MOG, Spotify and Grooveshark offer mobile apps, the ability to create and playlists, create your own radio stations and several other groovy features.
If you do prefer to manage your own music collection, the big players like Amazon, Google and Apple let you upload your music collection and stream it later on a variety platforms and devices. Even Microsoft has its hooks in streaming music technology with Zune Music Pass – now called Xbox Music in Windows 8.
With all of the awesome technology to consume music online today, what we want to know is…Which music streaming service do you use?
Take a minute to cast your vote and leave a comment. If your method of consuming music isn’t listed, let us know that too. We’ll have the results next week!