Just in case anyone has Amazon Prime, don’t forget about Amazon Prime Music. I really like it as a way to try out an entire album, before deciding if I want to buy the whole thing, or just a handful of tracks. I have to say though, Pandora remains my favorite. I stopped Pandora One last
It has been a while since I tried iHeart Radio, but the accessibility wasn't very good a few months ago. If you don't mind some short commercials from time to time, Spotify is quite accessible free. Then you can decide if you want to pay the $9.99 for the commercial free access and whatever
Thanks Richard, have you done the Spotify Premium or are you still using free. I know some folks who stick with the free for a while but was just curious. I may take a closer look at them, like I said, they’re pretty appealing in their own right. Lol. Thanks for your suggestion. On Mar 17,
I still use the free version. I have a large enough CD collection that I've imported that I don't feel I can justify spending that much a month for checking out other music, so I choose to put up with commercials. I have almost 9000 songs on my iPhone and that isn't my entire CD collection.
Question about this! How do you import CD's in to spotify? Jose Lomeli Sent from my iPhone On Mar 17, 2015, at 6:32 AM, Richard Turner rich...@turner42.com wrote: I still use the free version. I have a large enough CD collection that I've imported that I don't feel I can justify spending
Kimber, I’m the same way, and think Spotify is going to be the way I go. Right now I can only swing the free, but on the iPad I can listen to whole albums with limited commercials so I think I can make do until I get the premium. That way, I can listen commercial free to whole albums on both
I have Spotify premium and like it very much. I'm old school and enjoy listening to entire albums and spotify allows me to do this. I have also listened to a few ablums before I bought them and saved myself a few dollars when they were not to my taste. Kimber On 3/17/15, Tim Emmons