When we are usually bored or feeling down and alone, then at that time music comes in our mind and helps to feel relaxed because music has healing power. That’s why I have listed the best free music apps for Android.
1 Google Music Play
Google operates Google Play Music. It performs on Android and iOS, and it was launched on November 16, 2011. Users can upload more than 50,000 thousand songs for their own collection at no cost. It has different types of accounts like Standard account, Premium account, etc. This makes the best option for you because you can combine your collection with an online service of the Google Play Store.
SoundCloud is based in Berlin, Germany and it’s a platform for online music sharing and audio distribution. It was launched in August 2007. SoundCloud is one of the most unique free music apps. You can listen to your favorite songs on SoundCloud.
3. YouTube Music
As we all know, when we want to listen to songs or watch videos, the first name that comes to our mind is YouTube. Because it is the best option for listening to music. Basically, it is a music streaming mobile app and it’s operated by YouTube Music. It was launched in November 2015. It has a variety of music, and the user will enjoy all the recommendations of music.
Spotify is the best source among the other free music apps because it allows you to create your own playlist and your own station. Spotify was founded in April 2006. It has a free version also available, but it’s not as robust as the paid version. The tablet version is better than the mobile version because it has more feature than the mobile version.
5. Jango Radio
Most of the people love to listen to songs on the radio. There are many radio apps in Android Play Store. Jango radio app is free of cost for music streaming and it’s a worldwide app. This app was founded by Daniel Kaufman, Chris Dowhan, Mattias Stanghed, Johan Sandstrom, Josh Engroff, Matt Knox, and Steve Eddy and was launched in November 2007.
Deezer music app is a French online music app. It was founded in August 2007 in Paris. You can listen to some records labels like Sony Music, Universal Music, and Warner Music groups. You can connect various devices to listen to songs to offline and online. And the paid version gives you better higher sound quality and offline listening, and you can connect Android Auto.
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