Music streaming

Five music streaming apps you can use in Ghana

Music streaming has become more popular these days with more options popping up. Consumers are now getting better data rates and telecom carriers are offering data packages for music streaming.

We wanted to outline what the current options are for music streaming. Here are five music streaming apps you can use in Ghana:

Spotify

Spotify is a Swedish audio and multimedia streaming service provider founded on April 23, 2006 by Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon. It is one of the largest music streaming service providers with over 406 million monthly active users, including 180 million paid subscribers, as of December 2021.

Cost: Free (With ads), Subscription ($9.99/month)


Deezer

Deezer is a French online music streaming service. It allows users to listen to music content from record labels, including Universal Music Group, Sony Music, and Warner Music Group, as well as podcasts on various online or offline devices.

Cost: Free (Ad-Support), Subscription ($10.99/month)


Audiomack

Audiomack is an on-demand music streaming and audio discovery platform that allows artists and creators to download unlimited music and podcasts for listeners through its mobile apps and website.

Cost: Free


Boomplay

Boomplay is a media streaming and downloading service developed by Transsnet Music Limited. The service was first launched in Nigeria in 2015 by TECNO Mobile, Transsion Holdings. Boomplay has a free, subscription-based service; basic features are free with ads or limitations, while additional features, such as download for offline play and ad-free listening, are offered through paid subscriptions.

Cost: Free (supported by advertising), Boomplay Premium


Apple Music

Apple Music is a music, audio, and video streaming service developed by Apple Inc. Users select music to stream to their device on demand, or they can listen to existing playlists.

Cost: 3 month free trial, Subscription ($9.99/month)


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