Music is a part of our lives. Most of us listen to music when we are travelling, studying or working out.There are several Music apps out there that allow you to access a wide range of music you might be missing on. We show you seven music apps that are legal alternatives to accessing music on your Smartphone without having to illegally pull them off from the internet.
Using these music streaming apps is a great way to fight piracy and support your favorite artists.
Gaana.com has a wide collection of music from 21 different languages. the collection includes Hindi, English and a lot of regional languages.While gaana.com is free to use with ads. Users can opt for a yearly subscription that gives access to a wide collection of Music without ads
Saavn is another music app which is available to users.Saavn too is supported by ads. Free users will see ads. Saavn has a premium subscription, Saavn Pro which allows users to pay for streaming unlimited music
Wynk is an music app that was initially available only to airtel users.The app is available for users belonging to other service providers. Subscription plans for wynk include, Wynk Plus and Wynk Freedom.
Vodafone Music is a Music app that is exclusive to Vodafone users. The music service does not work for Non-Vodafone users. Unfortunately, the app is not free to use unlike other music apps as users will have to pay to stream music. Vodafone music is available only on Android devices.
Hungama Music is focused a lot of Hindi music along with a wide collection of regional music. Hungama Pro is a paid service, while users can stream free music with ads.
Guvera Music remains one of the lesser known apps. Guvera music is known for its extensive collection of international music with less focus on Indian music. The wide collection of English and international music is ideal for people who love English music. Guvera Music has paid options for music
Apple Music is available for iOS devices and was recently released for Android devices. While the service is yet to find many takers, it remains a subscription based app as users will have to pay for music unlike other native Indian music apps.