I listen to music all day. In the office, when I'm on new projects and daily routine. In the gym, when I'm working out and need motivational music that will take me astep further and on the road when I'm traveling or just going back and forth from my office and my home. Music literally keeps me moving. So, it's great that there are apps like Free Music that will bring you the latest tunes.
As someone who has always had a deep passion for music, I can honestly say that I have fallen victim to the lure of spending money on a music streaming app, just as so many of us have.
Lately, I have felt rather silly paying for something that is essentially just the radio without commercials. Because I don't own a standard radio anymore, I wanted to see what new services I could find that would replace the greedy music streaming companies I've used in the past.
It didn't take me long to find and download Free Music in the app store, and admittedly I was a bit skeptical at first, but I was pleasantly surprised at how streamlined and clean the app was. If you've been looking for a new way to listen to your music throughout the day, stick around and I'll tell you about all the things I love about Free Music.
First of all, I couldn't be happier with how simple and sleek the user interface is in Free Music. There are some apps that use confusing icons or messy navigation controls; but, Free Music keeps it simple with play, pause, forward, and backward options when listening to music.
There is also an incredibly useful search engine within the app that will help you navigate through the massive library of songs and artists. You can either choose to search by title or name of artist or album, but you can also click on one of the many genre options as well to simplify your search.
There are over 10,000,000 songs to choose from in Free Music, so you are sure to have a blast choosing all the hits for your playlist! I love how expansive and diverse the collection of music is in this app; typically, you get stuck listening to the same music over and over again on the other apps, and you pay to use those!
Now that I have found an app that allows me to choose my own music without having to pay a ridiculous service fee, I am enjoying music much more again, and even discovering new artists I had never heard before, and all without spending a single penny to listen!
I assumed that I would have to listen to more commercials than music when I downloaded Free Music, but I was shocked to find fewer ads than they play on the radio and no more than what any other free radio app would.
I very much appreciate that the developers did not include a flood of advertisements when they created Free Music, because they have brought the comfort and easiness of listening to the radio back to the people who don't want to pay to hear music without robbing them blind to do so.
Overall, I would recommend Free Music to anyone who is tired of paying for ad-free music and wasting money on little perks that you shouldn't have to pay for. For example, in Free Music, you can skip songs as often as you want, as long as you don't mind listening to a couple of ads. In some streaming apps, you are limited to the number of times you can hit the skip button before it forces you to listen, so I love that I have the freedom to listen to what I want when I want.