28 C
Guwahati
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
More

    Want to listen to music offline? Here are some of the music apps to listen without Internet or Wi-Fi

    Today, everyone uses Smartphone regardless of where they are and this helps them to satisfy their need to listen to any kind to music. But the problem arises when you don’t get access to free Wi-Fi or internet

    Music is loved by all and is accessed at various places. Music alters and intensifies moods, furnishes much of our slang, dominates our conversation and provides the ambience at social gatherings.

    Today, everyone uses Smartphone regardless of where they are and this helps them to satisfy their need to listen to any kind to music. But the problem arises when you don’t get access to free Wi-Fi or internet.

    For this, you have various options available on the Play Store. Here are some of the most used apps.

    Spotify: A Swedish music streaming app, that doesn’t need Wi-Fi. This app helps you stream videos, music and podcasts too and saves them for future viewing in offline mode.

    In Spotify, music can be browsed or searched for via various parameters, such as artist, album, genre, playlist or record label. It provides access to over 60 millions songs, and 3 billion playlists among others.

    Wynk: The OTT music streaming app from Airtel, continues to see a surge in its popularity amongst Smartphone users in India.

    Wynk Music is a top-rated music app that doesn’t need Wi-Fi or the internet. It’s a free offline music app for both Andriod and iOS users.

    It allows you to search for music either by its title or you can search by genres such as rock, emotional, party, romantic, old romantic retro songs, Bollywood, pop and others.

    Apple music: Apple music streams 70 millions songs ad-free. People can also listen with lyrics and download their favourite tracks to listen them offline.

    It is a mixture of streaming and offline music without data connection. You can find the app on iOS and also accessible on Android. On Android, you will need to pay $9.99/month for an Apple Music subscription, but if you ever had iTunes users back in the day, you’ll be able to access all of your iTunes purchases by using this method as well.

    Sound cloud: It is an online audio distribution platform and music sharing website based in Berlin, which enables its users to upload, promote and share audio.

    SoundCloud is much cheaper than standard streaming plans, in just $4.99/month to gain access to all your favourite SoundCloud rappers, dream pop artists, ambient music, and much more.

    Google Play Music: This app doesn’t require Wi-Fi or internet and you can listen to songs on your android Smartphone at great speed. Also, nowadays the app is in-built in the Smartphones. Its music library consists of Playlist, Artist, Albums and Songs. It has a simple interface and this is a highly used app with good ratings.

    Published:

    Follow TIME8.IN on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK and on YOUTUBE to stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time

    First published

    TRENDING

    AAI to construct new terminal building in LGBI Airport; Guwahati

    The New Terminal Building will be capable to handle 4300 Domestic and 200International passengers during peak hours and about 10 Million passengers annually

    Assam police exam scam: Key accused PK Dutta sent to 6-days CID custody

    Retired senior officer of the Assam Police Prasanta Kumar Dutta was sent to 6-days CID custody by Chief Judicial Magistrate court in Guwahati.

    Assam Cabinet approves Bodo as official language of the state

    The Assam Cabinet on Wednesday has approved the Bodo language in Devanagiri script as an associate official language in the state.

    Assam Police exam scam: Another accused arrested from Lakhimpur

    A team of CID and Lakhimpur Police arrested the another accused Atul Nath from Panigaon, Khoga area in Lakhimpur district of Assam

    PIB Guwahati organises a Webinar on ‘Covid Information Management and Public Awareness’

    The interactive webinar has enthusiastic participation of students, academicians and media fraternity of Assam and Northeast region.

    Assam Government to Begin ‘COVID-19 AG Test’, Results Within Hours: says Sarma

    To disburse the test reports in a faster manner, Sarma also highlighted the launching of a new COVID specific websites - covidassam.in.

    ‘Kritagyata’, an online portal to expedite disposal of pensions in Assam

    Chief Minister Sonowal said that under the system - Kritagyata, the retiring employees of the government would be greatly benefited.