We have written this article te tell you more about two of the most popular music streaming services, Spotify and Pandora. We will make a small comparison between them because we want you to have the best possible experience and to make an informed decision if you don’t know which one you should choose.
First, we would like to begin with a short presentation
Pandora works exactly like a radio station. You are able to create your own playlist with music from your favorite artists and you can share it with other people. The app will give you some great results taking into account your musical preferences, but the bad part is that you can’t listen to one specific song, you can only create the playlist that we mentioned before.
On Spotify on the other hand, you can listen to any song you want from a collection of 20 million songs. The music streaming service will allow you to listen to music by genre, artist and a lot of other great criteria. You can search through many playlists until you find something that you like and you can also create your own playlists.
Let the fight begin. Spotify vs. Pandora
Considering the quality, all of the features and the user experience, we think that Spotify is better than Pandora, but that doesn’t mean that the last one is not a great option for you.
The costs of the two music streaming services are pretty much the same, so you should get something better at the same price as something that limits you in any way. They both come in Premium and Freemium versions.
Most of the users are saying that their experience with Spotify is much better, so we think we have a winner.
That’ll all we have for you. We hope you’ll make the best decision when it comes to your music streaming service.
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