1. Sweeden-based Spotify started in 2006 as a way for users to stream music directly to their device while providing royalties to the artist.

  2. Free radio for everything you do. Store 50,000 tracks from your personal collection. Subscribe for on-demand access to 40 million songs and offline listening.

  3. Deezer is a music streaming app created in France. It is available in 180 counties and gets 16 million users a month. 6 million of the users have paid subscriptions. Read more about Deezer.

  4. Enjoy music & follow favourite artists

  5. The world's largest online music service. Listen online, find out more about your favourite artists, and get music recommendations, only at Last.fm

  6. Pandora Radio is a free (ad-supported) internet radio founded in 2000.

  7. Tidal is a streaming music service supported by some of the most influential artists working in the industry.

  8. Apple Music app combines your personal iTunes library with Apple's music subscription service. Music you have purchased from the iTunes store, or synced over from other sources, is available in the "Library" tab. Read more about Apple Music.

  9. 8tracks is a freemium app that works a lot like Pandora, but instead of listening to playlists curated randomly by a computer based on a single song or artist, you'll be able to listen to playlists that were created by real people simply because the…

  10. YouTube Music is a streaming app primarily designed for Android and iOS mobile devices. The app lets individuals search for music from their favorite artists, enjoy playlists, and access 30 million musical tracks.

  11. Jamendo app is a free Android music player that allows you to download and listen to music legally for free on your mobile device.

  12. Libre.fm is a project to help you keep track of what music you like and share that, with your...