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I hated Rhapsody's app - kept crashing and buggy. Spotify is fantastic. Never tried Google Music, never realized it had a subscription service
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Google is good but your playlists and songs dissapear if you dont reup each month by the due date.
Ive only ever used Rhapsody. Been pretty happy with it. Not sure about the others, but Rhapsody allows you to run your playlists offline. I dont like to consume data from my phone or tablet when Im on the go. It can be a hog and with only 2gb through verizon, streaming music can burn up pretty quick.
Google has been the best option since they updated their interface. Much improved
Spotify is my go to radio.
Google, mainly because I got locked in on the $8/mo. pricing for unlimited.
never used anything but pandora...my head unit supports the pandora app so i doubt i will be going elsewhere
should try somthing else.
pandora = 900k songs total
spotify = 21+ million songs total
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
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I have the unlimited version. Been pretty happy with it
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