You know Songza and Grooveshark, Rdio and YouTube.
Google Play Music, SoundCloud and iTunes.
But do you recall, the most famous music streaming service of all?
After years of waiting, Canadian music listeners have access to Spotify, one of the most popular music streaming services out there. For years, they've bemoaned having to settle for other streaming sites and other alternatives, or have needed to get creative when it came to gaining access to the site. Now, they have full access to both the free and premium services on the site.
By signing up for Spotify, users have instant access to a massive catalogue of over 20 million songs. It can be searched by artist, album or song, and a deep playlist functionality similar to Songza is built into both the desktop and mobile apps. Users can also build their own playlists, which can then be shared with friends on social media.
The full, ad-free Spotify Premium experience costs $9.99 a month, but users can also opt for a free account. UsersRead More »from How (and why) to get Spotify, Canada's newest music streaming service