Apple Music, Google Play Music, Spotify, or Tidal: which one do you use?


Music streaming services have really picked up lately. The convenience of being able to listen to absolutely any song no matter where you are is definitely worth the $10-ish per month. Even devout audiophiles can get lossless quality if they pay for a $20 per-month Tidal subscription, and keeping a bunch of mp3s stored on your phone seems to be a thing of the past.

But is it really? We thought we'd ask you, our smartphone-savvy readers, whether you make use of such services. A couple of years ago, 36% of people who voted on a similar poll said they don't use such services. Has that trend changed? Let's see!

What is your music-streaming service of choice?

Spotify
33.52%
Apple Music
12.29%
Google Play Music
33.05%
Tidal
3.42%
I am subscribed to a different one (comment)
3.48%
I am subscribed to more than one (comment)
3.04%
Not subscribed to any
11.2%

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