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Streaming music is a great way to keep your phone memory free, but no one likes a poor WiFi connection or lack of data throwing off their groove. Get music downloaded straight to your phone library to enjoy whenever and wherever.
Whether you want to fill your spare time during a car or bus ride or want to have fun with your friends on the beach with a killer playlist, you'll likely find yourself in need of access to music that's downloaded and saved to your phone. If you tend to have tons of different sources of music that you're trying to get into one place on your music library, you may find yourself lost in the process of ripping files and transferring them to the right place. Apps for your computer, iPhone or Android are a great tool for getting every file of music organized where you want it, whether it's a free song downloaded from Safari or from internet streaming like YouTube, an album you've had on your computer since 2007, or a CD from the days when everyone was actually buying music from a store. You can be sure every file is compatible with your music player of choice and with the best possible sound quality. You can also easily download new music to get the latest hits from the top of the charts and build any playlist you want from a wide selection.
Music streaming is a great way to get a wide selection of music to play whenever you want without having to purchase individual songs or albums, and if you haven't tried music streaming on a smartphone or web player yet, it's certainly worth a try. However, streaming is not the best for when you're going underground on the metro or through a dead zone on a road trip. In order to keep the jam session going strong, you should look for a streaming provider that includes downloading capabilities. Usually this service is not free, but at a low monthly subscription cost for you to effectively save or auto download any song you want to local files and access your music offline. You should also see if the subscription service you choose allows you to add your own music, in which case you can use those same file transfer apps to organize all your songs. This way, you can play any song from your own collection alongside the streaming songs you download through the app.
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