It’s almost hard to browse the web and not find yet another Internet music service. There doesn’t seem to be much reason to listen to “regular” radio anymore. With all these choices available, what is your favorite Internet music service?
The field of choices for Internet music seems to never stop increasing. The latest addition is iTunes Radio, as Apple has decided to throw its hat into the ring. It might not even stand a chance, though, as fans of Pandora, Spotify, and the others seem pretty set with their favorites. They all have their advantages and disadvantages with each having their own special features. Suffice it to say if you’re looking to listen to some music, you’ll be able to find whatever you want one way or another.
Have you fallen in love with the new iTunes Radio and the ease with which you can download discovered songs or do you prefer the old standby of Pandora and the expert way it fine tunes your own created stations? Which Internet music service is your favorite?
Here are the results of last week’s poll:
Nearly half of those responding avoid mobile phone contracts altogether by buying pay-as-you-go phones. A third of the responders dutifully update their mobile phones every two years, just as their contract allows. And an equal amount of ten percent each break contracts to get something new or start with a contract only to just buy a pay-as-you-go phone when they want to upgrade.