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Pandora, Apple Music, Slacker and TuneIn: Which online radio app is right for you? Editors' note, July 8, 2015: This post has been updated to include details about Apple Music and Beats 1. Radio predates albums, cassettes, CDs and MP3s, so it's no surprise that Internet radio came before on-demand music streaming. What started as a just a few companies, is now populated by tons of Internet choices and nearly every on-demand streaming service has some kind of radio feature. Today's best options deliver customizable stations with a "set it and forget it" approach, or let you listen to live broadcasts from all over the world. In this guide, I'll outline the big names in Internet radio, running through their features and what makes them unique. Before we get started, here's a brief disclaimer: CBS, the parent company of CNET, also owns,, and many over-the-air AM/FM radio stations, all of which compete or provide content in this space. What they all share Pandora Around since 2000, Pandora dominates the Internet radio scene. Where it excels Where it falls flat

Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana 6 things to consider when choosing a streaming-music subscription Music-streaming services let you listen to nearly any song or album for a small monthly fee. By our count, there are at least 11 subscription music services available around the world: Spotify, Rdio, Apple Music, Rhapsody, Google Play Music, Tidal, Xbox Music, Deezer, Napster, Mog and Rara. But despite all the options, they're all pretty similar -- you typically pay around $10 per month for unlimited streaming on the Web, mobile and at home. With a still-growing array of streaming services, it can be tough to decide which one to pick. Editors' note, July 6, 2015:This guide has been updated to include details about Apple Music, which launched on June 30. 1. In CNET's comparison of the top music-streaming services, you can see that all have vast catalogs with at least 20 million songs. While the libraries of most subscription services are comprehensive, there are still some significant gaps. 2. Some services also sync up with home audio devices, like Sonos players and select smart TVs. 3.

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