Friday, 20 October 2017

Top 5 Music Apps!

We thought it may be helpful to separate the great from the good with the amount of choice you have from the range of music apps available on the app stores. Therefore, we’ve put together a list of our top 5 music apps.

Apple Music
Apple music is one of the best music apps available with the membership not being too pricey at £9.99 a month, you get a lot for your money with over 40 million songs to download, stream and listen to you've got a lot of choices no matter what your taste in music.

Another great app in the music genre is Shazam, for all those times you hear a song you love but have no idea what the song is or who its by, this is one of the best for recording a little snippet of the song and telling what the title is and who the artist is.

Spotify is also a great music app for everyone, like Apple Music just more widely available as it can be found on both Android and Apple devices. Not only this is that it has a free option which has limited uses or monthly memberships which start at £9.99 where you can have many more options.

Soundcloud is a great free app for unsigned music artists and listeners. It also helps incorporate a more social aspect to music apps where you can interact with your friends and send them music and only have playlists between a group, making it great for parties.

Garage band
Garage Band helps enable you to make music by turning your phone into a variety of instruments. Not only does this app help you create your own music but it also helps you to DJ with live loops and other useful tools to help you improve your musical ability.

So, there's our list of top music apps my personal favourite being Apple Music as I think it's the most effective music streaming and downloading App, not only this it is easy to use and understand. What's your favourite music App that you can't live without?



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