The Hill’s John McCormack reviews the best streaming media players for Android and iOS, and finds the best ones for streaming media.
He says he prefers Spotify to Apple Music, Google Play Music and Amazon’s own streaming service, but other platforms have different appeal.
“I think there are a lot of good choices,” McCormack said.
“But I’m not going to judge on the quality of their service.
I’ll go with the platform that’s the best for me.”
McCormack says he doesn’t need to worry about how many times Spotify plays his music — “there’s enough music out there to keep you entertained for the next couple of hours.”
McCormick says he will probably be streaming music from his iPhone 6S Plus, as well as from an Android device like the Google Pixel 2 XL.
McCormack’s top picks: Spotify for Android The platform’s free version is available for both free and paid subscribers.
“They’re a good fit for streaming,” McCormick said.
It offers a number of features, including the ability to record and play back any audio file and the ability for users to sync their Spotify library to a Google Drive account, which is useful if you want to stream music to your computer.
McCormick also likes that Spotify offers “free” streaming for videos, as opposed to other music-streaming services.
Spotify is also available for mobile devices, such as the Google Nexus 5X, Apple Watch, Samsung Gear S2 and other smartwatches.
McCormak said he’ll likely use the app when streaming music or video from an iPhone, and it’ll be great for his iPhone’s touchscreen navigation, as the app doesn’t require the device to be connected to a Wi-Fi network.
McCorm.tv is a free service that allows users to record videos or photos and upload them to their service, which can then be viewed on any device.
McCormock also likes the service’s simplicity.
He said he would probably be more comfortable using the service if it wasn’t locked down.
McCormacks top picks for Apple Music: Spotify Apple Music offers a wide selection of music-themed streaming music, including a selection of popular songs.
“It’s pretty extensive,” McCormacks said.
The company also offers a curated selection of the most popular songs from artists including Drake, Kanye West, Katy Perry, Adele, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and others.
Apple Music has a free trial period, which allows users the ability get a taste of what it’s like to stream on an iPhone and iPad, or watch ads during a commercial break.
Apple’s music services are available for Android phones and tablets, as of the date of this article.
McCormys top picks are: Apple Music for Android Apple Music doesn’t have an in-app purchase, but users can buy tracks through iTunes.
“If you’re an Android user, you can buy all the tracks you want through iTunes,” McCormicks said.
McCormicks has a large library of songs on his iPhone, so he’ll be able to access a number on any day.
But he prefers to listen to music on the go, and he’ll probably go with Spotify if he can stream music from a smartphone or iPad.
Apple has a number.
McCormies top picks include the following: The Killers’ “Burn It Down,” Drake’s “Bad to the Bone” and “Boys Don’t Cry,” Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams,” Rihanna’s “Radio” and Ariana Grande’s “My All.”