5 Free Music Apps For Your Entertainment

5 Free Music Apps For Your Entertainment

Would you like to listen to music for free? We have put together some apps for you that can do this!

Would you like to listen to music and not have to take out an expensive subscription? No problem, most streaming apps also offer free versions – and that with a considerable selection of songs. However, you often have to live with advertisements or other minor restrictions with the free versions. Read everything you need to know below.

5 free Music-Apps

1. Amazon Music

The Amazon Music app is available for both Android devices and the iPhone. In the past, this was only available for Prime members, but now a free version can also be used without Prime. The player allows you to play your own music and access thousands of radio stations and curator-compiled playlists.

However, Amazon Music is really only really extensive with an Amazon Prime subscription. So you can then access Prime Music and play over 2 million songs. You can stream music over the Internet or download your favorite songs. Additional music is available for purchase as in-app purchases.

2. Deezer

Deezer offers you a variety of songs from different genres that you can listen to for free. You can also access podcasts and radio stations. You can also create your own playlists or use the flow function to compile automatic lists. You can listen to songs with an Internet connection or download songs to play them offline without consuming data. You can choose from over 56 million songs from very different genres. Did you find your favorite song? Just add it to your favorites. And if you just don’t know what exactly you want, radio stations and channels can help. Podcasts are also available. Deezer is for iOS systems and Android available. The basic version of the app is free, but advertising is included.

3. SoundCloud

SoundCloud also has tons of songs and tracks available to you – over 200 million. The app is available for Android and iPhone. Artists can upload their own pieces there – and over 20 million different artists are already doing this. You may find music on SoundCloud that is not available anywhere else. Pieces from all genres are represented, so your favorite music is very likely to be included. Add your preferred music to your favorites so that you can find it again quickly. It is also possible to create playlists. Don’t feel like creating your own playlist? No problem: curated playlists are also compiled for you in the app.

4. Spotify 

Spotify also offers a smartphone app in addition to the online and desktop versions. This is for Android and for iOS available. The free version contains advertising but gives you access to several million tracks – also for download. 10,000 songs can be downloaded per account on five devices. You can also create playlists and share them with other people. On Spotify, you can sort songs not only by artist or genre but also by mood or activity. Do you just need more motivating music because you play sports? No problem, this is exactly what you can search for on Spotify. You can also listen to curated playlists, such as the mix of the week. In addition to music, podcasts, audiobooks, and radio plays are also available.

5. YouTube Music

You can also listen to music via the YouTube / YouTube Music app. It’s completely free and for iPhone and Android available. The only downside to this app is that without a premium subscription, you won’t be able to listen to music with the screen turned off. There are over 70 million songs available on YouTube, including covers, live versions, and remixes. In addition to your own playlists, you can also listen to pre-compiled playlists. Do you particularly like a piece? Mark it with “I like”. Your favorite songs will then be compiled in their own media library so that you can always access them directly. Sorting by mood instead of artist or genre is also possible. So nothing stands in the way of a cozy evening on the sofa or a great birthday party. Unfortunately, it is not possible to download songs without Premium.

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