TunePat Amazon Music Converter
We love to listen to music, whether pop music charts, curated playlists, or selected podcasts when we are working, driving, walking, exercising, or on other occasions. That's the reason why we need to subscribe to one of those music streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, Tidal, or Pandora, by spending $10/month at least. And if you have an Amazon Prime membership, you already have access to Amazon Prime Music which offers 100 million songs, although you can only play them on shuffle. But if you want to gain the ability to play specific songs as you like, you can upgrade to Amazon Music Unlimited at $8.99/month, while non-members need to pay $9.99/month to get it.
Amazon Music Unlimited is worthwhile streaming music and podcast service. But if you are looking for a better service that allows you to do something more (creative playlists, palatable recommendations, and beautiful UI), or if you are a subscriber of Amazon Music who is looking for an alternative to Amazon Music Unlimited, here are some of the best streaming music services you can look into to replace.
Everybody knows Spotify. It also becomes one of our favorite streaming music services. And Spotify might be the first music player that most of us have ever used. The entire library has for the past several years been on it, so it is hard to start over and try another streaming music service. As one of the earliest streaming music platforms, Spotify has completely changed the way we listen to music and become a part of our life.
First of all, we can play Spotify music on almost all devices that we can think of. We can access it in more places, such as the web player, iOS and Android devices, Windows and macOS computers, TV and game consoles, and almost all the stereo speakers in the market. Especially with the seamless controlling of one device with another, also known as Spotify Connect (Premium only), our current listening sessions will be synced to the cloud, and we will be able to use any of our devices to control exactly where and how our music plays. Spotify Connect also lets us switch the music we are listening to from mobile phones to stereo speakers or other devices without stopping playback.
Second place, Spotify is the best platform for discovering new music, especially when we have no idea about what music we would like to listen to. Spotify does an exceptional job at finding music we love and music we listened to and love. The powerful music discovering feature gives the most credit to the superior algorithms which affect the music tastes preferred, and the awesome recommendations with the curated playlists. There are so many kinds of playlists (Discover Weekly, Release Radar, Radio, and Daily Mixes) for almost everything we could think of, so we can find the right music for any event a breeze.
For the convenience of users, Spotify adds podcasting as another feature to the application and keeps music and podcast together to allow users to listen to all audio from the same platform. Spotify also adds Podcasts to the discovery page for music, and users can spend more time on the Spotify app than regular music listeners. Although most people don't think podcasts and music go together, because they're completely different.
In conclusion, Spotify focuses on playlists that are perfect for more of a playlist kind of person.
If you have found songs, playlists, or podcasts on Spotify, then you would like to be able to listen to them offline. Spotify allows Premium users to download their favorite songs so that they can listen to them on an airplane, train, or elsewhere without any internet connection. However, this TunePat Spotify Converter makes it possible for even Free users to save their favorite Spotify songs onto the computer permanently.
In contrast, Apple Music is a streaming service that focuses on albums and libraries. After 5 years, Apple Music is now better than when it was first released. And we can find some differences from years ago.
Most importantly, Apple Music is the only streaming service that allows us to upload our music and seamlessly integrates uploaded local music and streaming music into one place. For example, you can add the music from CDs that you collected for years or various other songs that no music service offers to Apple Music and also upload them to iCloud Music Library which makes it easy to stream songs we have added to our collection that isn’t natively available on Apple Music. And you can also edit the metadata of saved tracks so that the library is organized and clean.
It is also clear that Apple Music respects users’ existing libraries because you can organize and customize music in the library based on artists, albums, or genres, while Spotify forces you to organize the library based on playlists. The Library of Apple Music consists of playlists, artists, albums, songs, downloaded, as well as most recently added music, and it is exactly what someone wants to see when opening music, and it is what they use most often.
Besides, Apple Music works better with the Apple ecosystem than other streaming music services. It works nicely with HomePod, iCloud family sharing, HomeKit, Apple TV, CarPlay, Apple Watch, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and of course iPhone with AirPods. Also, it is well integrated with the Shortcuts and Music Harbor apps. By the way, the real-time lyrics are also awesome.
In conclusion, if you are a particular man who wants to keep your library, including your music collections and streaming music, in a more organized and customized way, you will love Apple Music! Although the music discovering feature falls behind Spotify slightly, Apple Music has already done an excellent job of learning the taste.
TunePat Apple Music Converter is specially designed to record songs, playlists, and albums from Apple Music and convert them to MP3 for offline playback. After downloading, you can enjoy Apple Music songs on your MP3 player, burn them to a CD, or share them with your friends. The downloaded audio files are kept with lossless quality and the ID3 tags are as well.
Is the superior sound quality really important for us? It has always been a controversial issue. Some think that it matters, but others hold a different view that it is hard to hear the difference unless they have good hardware, software, headphones, and speakers to play the high-res audio and get Master Quality to work.
Unlike Spotify focuses on playlists, and Apple Music emphasizes the organization of the library, Tidal is more about albums and EPs instead of playlists. We will find that we listen to more full albums since we have been on Tidal and that is very enjoyable. Tidal also logically organizes the music collection: if you favorite an album, the album is in your My Collection > Albums; if you favorite a track, the track is in your My Collection > Tracks, and so on.
Are Hi-Fi streaming and compatibility with MQA the only selling points of Tidal? Besides the Hi-Fi/Master audio quality, what makes Tidal become our preferred choice overall? It seems that Tidal feels like a music service made for music lovers, especially for the more serious music enthusiast that will spend more. It is all about the music and the artist. When we play a track on Tidal, we can see the names of all the musicians and the instruments they played. And Tidal says it is artist-owned and claims to pay the highest percentage of royalties to songwriters in the streaming market. Music videos, music-related podcasts, and live shows also add to the experience.
For the audiophile, the ability to integrate with Plex, Roon, and Audirvana also makes Tidal offer users high-level experiences. Tidal is the best entrance into Hi-Fi music. It is all about music without gimmicky features.
If you are so happy with a lot of features of Tidal and subscribe to Tidal Premium or Tidal Hi-Fi, but hate that there is no offline mode on desktop (Windows and Mac), or you are just a free user, we highly recommend TunePat Tidal Media Downloader for you guys to download Tidal Music in MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, or ALAC format with Hi-Fi audio quality kept.
Deezer is a French music streaming service that debuted in August 2007. Deezer currently has 90 million music tracks, 160,000 podcast titles, and more than 32,000 radio stations. Deezer, like Spotify, also gives users a free version and access to a rich catalog of more than 73 million songs.
If the most obvious difference between Spotify and Tidal is the difference in the highest sound quality that can be offered, then Deezer makes up for it nicely, as Deezer plays lossless files and reduces distortion to ensure a better experience. the standard audio settings of Spotify Premium may offer slightly better audio quality than Deezer Premium. But Deezer HiFi steals the show with its CD-quality audio options.
In addition to the audio quality, Deezer also has its own identity in terms of interface layout. the Deezer app has a streamlined but clear layout, especially in terms of content curation and organization. For example, the "Categories" section under "Explore". Deezer has a Flow playlist that requires you to "favorite" at least 15 tracks before it appears on your home screen, but once you have it, you'll have an easy way to listen to music. However, unlike Spotify's For You playlist, the music in Deezer's Flow playlist never ends.
If you like a streaming music platform that is easy to navigate, clearly laid out, and very easy to be able to discover music with CD sound support, Deezer is a good choice.
Deezer, like well-known streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music, is funded through a subscription model. So how do we get our favorite songs for offline playback? Is it possible to download songs with a free account? Deezer Music Converter can help you get Deezer songs in MP3, AAC, FLAC, etc.
Youtube Music is a music streaming service developed by Youtube under the Google umbrella. It started as Google Play Music until it was officially renamed Youtube Music in 2018.
What is so special about YouTube Music in today's highly competitive streaming music market? In fact, YouTube Music, like Spotify, offers a free version to its users. As long as you're willing to put up with ads and a streamlined feature set, you can enjoy YouTube Music's library without spending a dime. As far as sound quality goes, YouTube Music doesn't seem to be doing too well either. The platform offers a maximum bitrate of 256kps, which is pretty average compared to the aforementioned platforms, such as Tidal, which supports audio playback at 1411kps.
But you don't have to rush away, YouTube Music has its own advantages. Its biggest benefit is its powerful suggestion algorithm and the content it can provide. You can get your entire music library from YouTube, including studio albums, live performances, remixes, and song covers. The application helps you discover some music that is difficult to find on other platforms very easily. Not only that, but compared to its competitors, YouTube Music is very much focused on music as well as music videos. In other words, it's more of an all-in-one service than a pure audio service.
If you're not so much concerned about sound quality as you are about getting a larger catalog of music than any other music service, then YouTube Music is probably the first choice you should consider. By the way, there are three ways to get ad-free YouTube Music: spend $9.99 a month to become a member of YouTube Music Premium, spend $11.99 a month to subscribe to YouTube Premium, or use a free account to download your favorite YouTube songs through the TunePat YouTube Music Converter to download your favorite YouTube songs locally.
The ads of the free version of YouTube Music are still very annoying to many people. TunePat YouTube Music Converter is a powerful tool for converting YouTube music and music videos. It can help you convert YouTube music to MP3 and music videos to MP4 format very easily and then use it on various devices or players.
If you want to know which music streaming service is better for you, you can consider what features you need/use the most in a music service. Spotify is good at discovering new music based on various playlists. Apple Music works better with the Apple ecosystem than other streaming music services. Tidal is for the more serious music enthusiast who is willing to spend more money to pay for professional equipment and third-party services. Deezer's music interface is simple and supports high-definition sound quality music. YouTube Music has the richest collection of music as well as music videos.
If you have Alexa products, a Prime account, and want to purchase digital music, just choose Amazon Music, and if you need high-quality music, you can upgrade to Amazon Music HD. The other streaming music services, such as Pandora, Quobuz, SoundCloud, and iHeartRadio is also best to subscribe to. We will supplement the details about these services after the trial.