A photo of YouTube Music's notification player. Finding free music is a lot easier than it used to be. No longer is piracy the easiest way. These days, you can find pretty much any song you want using just a few apps.
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The current digital technology driven by the power of the internet has made various music collections available at fingertips right from the early days of Bollywood to the current rap and remix age of Bollywood. From Kishore Kumar in the 70s to Kumar Sanu in the 90s to Arijit Singh in the 21 st century all available at one place in a music streaming app. Any discussion on music streaming apps cannot be put to rest without the mention of Spotify. The Sweden headquartered company debuted in India in the early and within a week touched 1 million users.
Stream music anywhere on your mobile devices
If you're on the go, use a free music-streaming app to listen to your tunes just about anywhere. We compiled a list of the best free music apps to help you enjoy your personal music library, discover new artists, identify songs, listen to streaming music, and find radio stations near you. Use the link to download the app or find it in the app store on your smartphone. You'll be up and running in no time. Pandora is popular for a reason. Enter your favorite artist, and Pandora plays their songs along with similar artists that Pandora recommends. This is the easiest way to find new music similar to the songs you already love.
Best free music apps: Welcome to What Hi-Fi? Portable music used to mean carrying around a single album on CD or cassette. Now you can now walk around with millions of songs in your pocket without worrying about storage space at all. And the best bit? You don't even need to pay. Most major music streaming services have a free tier, barring Tidal , Qobuz and Apple Music.