Alternatives to Spotify for all platforms with any license

  • Sonerezh

    A self-hosted, web-based application for stream your music, everywhere.

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  • RadioSure

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    • Discontinued The program seems to be no longer updated. Last version, 2.2, released in July 2014, can be still downloded from the official website.
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  • TIDAL

    Tidal is the world’s first music service with High Fidelity sound quality, High Definition music videos and Curated Editorial by music journalists, artists and experts...

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    • TIDAL is the only serious music streaming service that offers Hi-Fi sound quality (FLAC, 1440 kbps, rather than Spotify's 320 kbps). This makes it a uniques and valuable service, particularly if you're an audiophile who genuinely appreciates the difference. However, TIDAL has: no playlist sharing and no Linux client. JohnFastmanDec 2016 • 2 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
  • Myspace

    Myspace gives you free access to the world’s largest digital music catalog. Listen to tracks from your favorite artists and discover new music along the way, all in one...

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  • Musicovery

    Online radio that allow to choose mood of music. Musicovery is an interactive and customised webradio service. Listeners rate songs, resulting in a personalized...

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  • Earbits

    Earbits is an online radio platform designed to make it dead simple for artists and music lovers to find each other, and create meaningful connections. There are no ads...

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    • this is a connection website between music artists, not a music streaming website Guest • May 2017 • 1 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
  • hearthis.at

    Upload unlimited music and share it with friends and fans for free. Create Playlists, Sets and Galleries for your Tracks & Mixes and follow your favourite Artists.

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  • iHeartRadio

    The New iHeartRadio brings you a best-in-class customizable digital listening experience that combines the best of both worlds to deliver everything you want in one...

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Spotify Comments

Service-independent playlist tool?

Comment by Anamon
about Spotify · Mar 2017 · Helpful Not helpful 2 Helpful Report as spam

Spotify keeps removing features regularly, particularly those related to social and sharing. It's gotten to a point that it became too tedious for me to keep curating my usual "mixtape" playlists on Spotify that I used to share with the world.

I will try to keep curating my playlists in a service-independent fashion, and store them locally. But I was wondering if there was some kind of service that would allow me to share these playlists, without having them be tied to a particular streaming service.

There was a German website called "playlistr" that did something similar, but it was shut down last year. There's also a service for labels and artists (I forgot the name) that allows them to share their music across all the streaming platforms they're on.

I'm thinking of something that would allow me to add tracks "in abstract" by artist/title/album/… metadata, share that playlist, and anyone who calls it up would get to play whatever tracks are available from the streaming service(s) they personally subscribe to. If you're a Spotify Premium subscriber, you can listen to the playlist there. If you're on Google Music or Apple Music, you can listen to it there.

My search only led me to something called Spinlist.fm, but it's both invite-only and iOS-only at the moment – I don't have either. If nothing like this exists, I might have to do it myself :)

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Mobile app

Comment by banksliza
about Spotify · Feb 2016 · Helpful Not helpful 2 Helpful Report as spam

Love the desktop version of Spotify. Lots of songs, playlists and very easy to discover new music and artists. I do feel that the app version needs a lot of work. I tried using on my phone (Android OS) and found it very difficult to use. No option to choose song, have to listen to whole playlist.

Note: opinion solely on free version of Spotify.

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it's great

Comment by rondapuck1206
about Spotify · Apr 2016 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful Report as spam

i particularly think is great, i like how easy it is to find the music i like and to choose the songs i prefer

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Spotify in Germany: Simfy

Comment by Muhkuh
about Spotify and Simfy · Sep 2011 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful Report as spam

Spotify isn't available in Germany, but you can use "Simfy".
Its exactly the same software and offer as Spotify. Of course, there is a free version, too.

[Edited by Venom88, March 14]

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Comment by futureworm21
about Spotify · May 2017 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

no adds any music just music you want it spotify has it

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love it

Comment by louisbeckler784
about Spotify · Aug 2016 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

i think this is great, i use it all the time, I can find the music i like really fast and works great for me. I think it's worth it.

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I have some Spotify invites!

Comment by Ola
about Spotify · Jul 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam
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There you go. I have more so if you are a contributor, mod or admin i will hook you up. Just message me!

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Can you send me some

Spotify is coming to the U.S.

Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Spotify · Jul 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam
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Good news for you guys! Spotify is the best thing from Sweden since Volvo, IKEA, The Pirate Bay and AlternativeTo ;)

Yay, Spotify has been officially releasedi n the U.S. It's invite-only, though. :(

Also, I like IKEA.

I have some invites. Posted a separate thread about it but let me know if you missed them :)

If you like Spotify, take a look at SongZilla

Comment by DarkLight
about Spotify and SongRepo · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Might be worth taking a look at SongZilla if you like Spotify

[Edited by Venom88, March 14]

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Comment by wormwood
about Spotify and Grooveshark, Groovylists · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Spotify is getting greedy.

Just head to groovylists.com and convert your Spotify playlists to Grooveshark.

[Edited by Venom88, March 14]

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Comment by derek_belrose
about Spotify · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Please release in the US...I'm sick of working around your 'rules' in order to enjoy spotify...

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Comment by pcwiz11
about Spotify · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

It's slightly faster but overall I prefer We7. We7 tends to have more music I like and also you can earn an ad free day on We7.

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I prefer to download

Comment by Satuim
about Spotify · Jul 2013 · Helpful Not helpful -1 Helpful Report as spam

Sorry I like to have a .mp3 on a hard drive rather then streaming. Or watch it on YouTube since the official artist uploads it.

Also I saw somebody use it and it had an ad (die)

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Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Spotify · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful -1 Helpful Report as spam

Spotify doesn't work in the U.S.! So I can't use it.

That's an ironic twist, considering the usual complaint is that software "doesn't work outside the U.S."

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Yes it does, use it everyday

Yes it does, use it everyday

Well, you were replying to a 3 year old comment, and when he wrote that, it was true.