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What is the best platform for streaming music? Show more Show less
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In recent years, music streaming platforms have become the most common way of listening to music. Gone are the days of records, tapes, CDs, or even shady downloaded mp3s from Limewire. Now, music streaming platforms are worth billions of dollars. But which one deserves your monthly subscription fee?

Soundcloud is the best streaming service Show more Show less

Popular with independent artists and with a steady increase in monthly users, Soundcloud offers a simple, user-friendly app to upload and share music, podcasts, and other audio files. There are options to embed the audio files for ease of sharing on social media, making Soundcloud is an amazing way of gaining exposure and sharing music.
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Soundcloud is the best music streaming service because of its recommendation feature

SoundCloud recommendations/suggestions are on point and get changed up weekly. It suggests artists from every level, not just mainstream artists. You even have these recommendations delivered directly into your inbox.

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SoundCloud's algorithm customizes its users' unique taste as they listen to more music, which creates personal recommendations that will most likely end up in the user's music library. The tool helps users spread their music sphere and taste. The songs that a user's likes adds similar songs to the interface, which creates a constant interaction between the user and SoundCloud.[1]

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SoundCloud does not allow it's users to disable the recommended function. It is a way for creators to be played without being searched, but it can become annoying to keep listening to unknown or random artists.



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