5 Best Music Streaming Apps You Should Try

Is it not simply amazing that when you hear a certain song, it can bring back a special memory or make you feel happy in an instant? This is because music is special. Studies have shown that listening to music or a form of music therapy is healthy for your heart and can improve your mood. They say it can also lessen anxiety and depression as it has stress-reduction and mood-elevating effects. 

But the question is, how can you do efficient music therapy while on the go, working from home, or bonding with your family? The good thing is there are apps that you can download that allow you to listen to your favorite songs in just a few clicks, whether it be online or offline. Here are some of them. 

Photo source: iMore.com

Apple Music

If you are an avid fan of Apple and a previous iTunes user, you will surely adore Apple Music. One of its superb qualifications is that it has a massive music library that has some of iTunes existing exclusive albums and tunes. It also has a feature where you can download your jam and play them offline, plus it can also be played on Smart TVs and even on Android devices. 

How cool is that?

Photo source: iMore.com

Google Play Music/YouTube Music

Previously known as Google Play Music, YouTube Music is now becoming more trendy than ever. With this app, you can listen to exclusive albums, official tunes from artists all over the world, remixes, live performances, or song cover on Android, iOS, and even desktop. It is also best to experience it when you play on-background or off-screen. 

Photo source: Google.com

Amazon Music

Amazon clearly has everything that you need, including music! If you have a Prime membership in Amazon, Amazon Music comes for free. Prime members get to access more than two million songs, including thousands of stations and top playlists. What is more, you can listen offline with unlimited skips, plus you can do voice commands with Alexa. 

Photo source: Google.com

Young Radio +

Despite the name Young Radio +, this app is not limited to music download and streaming. This app also gives you access to a large catalog of movies and TV series. It also comes with a radio feature, where you can listen to your favorite stations. If you are looking for an all-in-one type of music app, you should really give this a try! 

Photo source: Google.com


Who would not know about Spotify? This music streaming service is by far the most trusted app there is. What makes it even more interesting is that Spotify makes your music streaming more personalized by offering various plans based on your needs. It even has Premium Family Plan, which can hold up to six premium accounts. With this, you can create a family playlist that you can listen to while driving, on the couch, having a picnic in your backyard, or in any type of family bonding. Another good thing about it is that parents can block, control, and handpick content like explicit music for their kids.

So if you are looking for an easy way to transform your mood, just cue the music with one of these apps. 


Let us keep ourselves stress-free even while on the go or just in the comforts of our home. If you are looking for a home where you can live with peace of mind, we got you! Visit www.camella.com.ph to see a wide array of properties for sale.

Published by thewinningmentality

The Winning Mentality is a blog site that motivates and educates the audience to be successful in life.

4 thoughts on “5 Best Music Streaming Apps You Should Try

  1. We love reading your articles. We’re reaching out to invite everyone to check out https://allhome.com.ph/ for your home improvement needs! AllHome is your one-stop shop for home and renovation needs. We offer items such as DIY Hardware, Tiles, Furniture, Sanitary Wares, Linens, Decors, Gadgets, and more! You can also follow us on instagram and facebook @allhomeofficial


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: