In this article we’ll be talking about the various music streaming services which will become available on the iPhone 7S when it launches during the summer of 2017. We’ll be focusing on three main services that stand out from the crowd, and most of which you’ve probably already heard of. One thing that’s for certain is that huge enhancements are in-store for both Apple Music as well as many 3rd party apps that will help you take full advantage of the 7S and 7S Plus.
What service you like to enjoy will come down to your own personal preferences. All three apps have varying features and different user interfaces, but the music library on each three is fairly similar. Below, we detail the best options for iPhone 7S music streaming, and just what to expect for the music lover in you.
Apple Music is Apple’s attempt at creating a music streaming service. We’ve seen music streaming become a staple of most modern day lives and as a result Apple Music has arrived to help fight the competition. Considering that iTunes used to be at the center of the digital music revolution, we’d happily suggest that Apple Music is like iTunes if it were to enter the streaming world.
The selection of music on Apple Music is great and we’d consider it to be the most convenient out of all iPhone 7S music streaming services. Hopefully Apple will announce a deal that gives new iPhone 7S owners a free three month subscription.
Spotify is one of the best iPhone 7S music streaming services for one very good reason. Spotify was the first streaming service to truly make it big time. For a long time, other competing services could barely compete with Spotify on a global scale and as a result, Spotify held what seemed like a monopoly on the music streaming world. Fortunately other services like Apple Music have since been created and they have been quite successful.
TIDAL’s music library has grown a lot since its first introduction by Jay Z. Whilst TIDAL is still lacking a few basic functions like personalized radio, it has one feature that sets itself above both Apple Music and Spotify. With TIDAL you are able to play Hi-Fi music files – these files are much higher quality than the standard files you’d find on Spotify or Apple Music.